Vietnamese are often wary of talking about politics for fear of running afoul of their communist government - but the garden gloves came off in a fight over Hanoi's beloved trees.
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A six-month-old Facebook post about the conflict in Gaza, receiving attention only recently, has spurred a debate over hate speech at Connecticut College that has some students calling on the administration to condemn racist remarks.
By now you’ve probably heard the startling statistic that 40 percent of the food produced in America gets wasted.
The announcement that Sweet Briar College, a venerable private women's college with over a century of history and tradition, is scheduled to close in August of 2015 was shocking to most who heard the news.
Kalamazoo College will not require ACT or SAT standardized test scores for admission starting with fall 2016 admission.
A survey shows Chinese university students and white-collar office workers spend more than six hours surfing the Internet every day, and are the heaviest users of the Internet.
I keep hearing about the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
The University of Delaware is refusing to fulfill a congressman's request that it release information about who is funding a prominent climate change skeptic’s research.
Scientists in Australia have discovered what they say is the largest asteroid impact area ever found.
A fraternity chapter at Elon University has been shut down until at least 2017.