The abrupt change in direction of a Yukon river because of a rapidly melting glacier has attracted international attention.
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Students, alumni and professors of Whittier Law School are outraged by the board of trustees’ decision to close, making it the first fully accredited law school in the country to shut down.
When Ian Wright started working from his home in London last November, he thought he had the ideal setup.
Two groups that invited conservative commentator Ann Coulter to speak at the University of California at Berkeley sued school officials on Monday, saying the school's decision to postpone her appearance violated their free speech rights.
Rain poured onto Washington D.C. on Earth Day 2017, yet tens of thousands of people gathered on the National Mall to rally for science and call for scientific integrity in the nation’s decision-making, particularly on climate policy.
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Community colleges in New York and California are hoping to replicate the success of the City University of New York’s Accelerated Study in Associate Programs, which has doubled completion rates.
Governor Susana Martinez this week promised that higher education will get its funding back in a special session she’ll call soon.
A couple in the US state of Georgia have won their legal battle to give their baby daughter the surname Allah.
Officials at Auburn and Berkeley tried to stop two controversial speakers on campus but ended up reversing their decisions amid First Amendment concerns. Experts say it's difficult for public institutions to meet legal tests and keep speakers from campus.