Ethiopia’s plans to build Africa’s largest hydroelectric dam on the Nile have sparked tensions with Egypt ...
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The idea of increasing access to community colleges and opening the gateway to higher education has taken root among state officials and at the White House
Without most people noticing, last week contrasted two events that, I believe, offer an alternate future for learning and higher education.
New York University's graduate students have been without a negotiated contract for nearly a decad
Chicago is better known as the “Windy City,” but its official motto, “City in a Garden,” describes the image it is striving for.
The Anthropocene - a new geological time period that marks the "Age of man" - began in 1610, a study suggests.
Cigarette use among white teenagers is substantially higher than among black and Hispanic teenagers, especially at 18 years old, according to Penn State researchers.
Not only will journal editors for the International Studies Association continue to be free to blog, but last year’s debate about the professional value of blogging has spawned an initiative within the organization to explore how online media can benefit scholars in the field.
Yesterday, speaking to nearly 2,000 local leaders at the National League of Cities annual meeting, President Obama announced his TechHire initiative
The University of Tennessee athletics department inappropriately pressured officials in charge of campus discipline and exerted undue influence that placed students and institutional integrity in "peril,"