Peace College

Location: Unknown, North Carolina
Website: http://www.peace.edu/
Type: Private
Federal Circuit: 4th Circuit

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  • Peace University, alumnae grapple with this fall’s changes

    March 10, 2012

    by Jane Stancill The News & Observer   RALEIGH — Men will move into the dorms at William Peace University this fall, but that’s not the only change coming to the downtown Raleigh campus that has educated women for than 150 years. The women’s college is not only becoming coed, it’s blurring the lines between high school, community college and university education. Even as male students are blending into college classrooms, the former Peace College could become home to single-sex academies for Wake County high school students. Across town, Wake Technical Community College students can remain on their campus while […]

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  • ‘Popehat’ Lectures Peace College on Streisand Effect, Legal ‘Thuggery’

    March 7, 2012

    As I wrote for The Torch last Friday, Peace College in Raleigh, NC, has taken drastic action against its critics, sending a threatening letter to the signatories of a letter critical of Peace’s recent administrative decisions and asking them not-so-kindly to “desist” from circulating their “damag[ing]” criticisms.  The legal blog Popehat picked up the gauntlet on this case yesterday, publishing a hard-hitting and characteristically witty takedown of the college’s threats against the Preserve Peace College Campaign.  Popehat‘s critique makes three very good points. The first deconstructs attorney Catherine Biggs Arrowood’s failure to cite a single allegedly “false” statement in her […]

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  • Peace College to Critics: ‘Desist’ From Exercising Free Speech

    March 2, 2012

    In higher education, a significant transformation has been underway at Peace College in North Carolina, a women’s college that will begin admitting men to its full-time undergraduate programs starting this fall. The proverbial “winning hearts and minds” is an important task for a college leader guiding her institution through a major transformation, and criticism from within and without is an inevitable part of the process. How colleges respond to such pressures can greatly affect their public perception.  Pity, then, the way Peace College (which will be renamed William Peace University as part of its transformation) has responded to criticisms leveled […]

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