It’s a trend financial-aid experts and some university administrators worry will further widen the gap between the nation’s rich and poor as college degrees—especially four-year ones—drift beyond the economic reach of growing numbers of students.their big tuition increases onto low-income students,...
This just goes to show that there is almost no honor in higher education. A travesty such as this is nothing but an American disgrace, and it's only the tip of the iceberg. Stay tuned.
A Palm Bay High School teacher and his attorney friend are accused of taking part in a child abuse case that involved forcing a young girl to undress in front of adult men while they forced her to consume alcohol.
This Boilermaker got burned for trying to cook his grades. A Purdue University graduate was sentenced to 90 days behind bars for hacking into the school’s computer system to take him from a delinquent to a straight-A student.
n a news release Tuesday, Orange County district attorney Jim Woodall said Deborah Crowder from the formerly named African and Afro-American Studies department is cooperating with investigators. She also will cooperate with an independent investigation by former U.S. Justice Department official Kenneth L. Wainstein, announced by the school last month.
Wyoming took an unprecedented step this week when the governor approved a budget that would prevent the state from reviewing or funding a new set of science standards that treat climate change as fact.
Regardless of what state adopts these new "standards," all it does is "dumb down" the curriculum for science programs for every school affected by them. Mathematics and science majors with any aspirations of working for any international corporation will be poorly served by the governor's decision.
Students may as well start applying to other programs in other states and start packing their bags because, higher education in Wyoming is about to become the laughingstock of the scientific community. Stay tuned.
Harvard President Drew Faust opposes divesting Harvard University of fossil fuel investments. In this exclusive video, we see that the problem with advancing a morally indefensible position is that your argument quickly becomes a house of cards.
Oklahoma State University has decided to settle a civil rights lawsuit waged last year by Cowboys for Life, a pro-life student group. The agreement will require the public college to pay legal fees to the campus group's lawyers and officially amend the school's code of conduct. The case...
The 23 Japanese students — accompanied by two chaperones and a guide — are in the United States on a study tour, called the “The Kakehashi Project – The Bridge for Tomorrow,” which will bring them to Madison on March 8-11, between stops on the East and West coasts.