Half the editorial board of the journal Third World Quarterly have resigned after an outcry over an article arguing in favour of colonialism, with the author then “requesting the withdrawal” of the essay.
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A British tapestry depicting Native Americans as "subhuman, warlike savages" should not be put on public show, campaigners say.
The prospect of losing the only copy of her master's thesis during a robbery was just too much for one South African student to bear.
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Northeastern president discusses his new book on how higher education can train students for careers where technology cannot make them redundant.
Steve Bannon's remarks on the Catholic Church backing a US immigration scheme because immigrants fill the pews are "insulting", a US cardinal has said.
As the president of LaGuardia Community College, Gail Mellow spent years encouraging the hundreds of undocumented students on her school’s Queens campus to sign up for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
An Obama-era scheme to protect young undocumented immigrants is being scrapped, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced.
In a surprise move, workers at the University of Texas at Austin removed multiple Confederate statues from a prominent grass mall on campus late Sunday night.
Three US universities have blocked planned appearances on their campuses by the white supremacist Richard Spencer as disgust over far-right violence in Charlottesville prompts institutions to take a stronger stance.