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Artist Ai Weiwei has accused Lego of "censorship and discrimination" after the company refused to let him to use its bricks in a new exhibition.
Kabul University begins a brand new course in gender and women's studies. As Krista Mahr reports, it's a controversial topic in a country with a history of massive gender inequality.
As written, SDG No. 17: Strengthen and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development clearly refers to the U.N. process of developing the global sustainable development agenda.
Two papers have recently been retracted after authors included the work of more junior researchers without their permission, highlighting concerns about use of early career academics’ research by senior scholars.
On Wednesday 72 women's and civil rights organizations urged the U.S. Education Department to tell colleges that they must monitor anonymous apps like Yik Yak
The Chinese Communist Party has banned all 88 million of its members from joining golf clubs, in its latest update of party discipline rules.
College of DuPage officials defended themselves Monday in the wake of an accreditation agency's frequently scathing report that raises questions about the actions of the school's administration and its board of trustees
Owning a car in Manhattan has traditionally ranked pretty far up the list of pricey personal indulgences (that is, aside from opting to live in New York City in the first place).
The story that Cleopatra, ancient queen of Egypt, was killed by a snake bite has been rejected as "impossible" by University of Manchester academics.