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100 percent of SMU administrators, 98.8 percent of faculty donate to Dems

A Campus Reform analysis has found that an overwhelming majority of faculty and administrators at Southern Methodist University contributed financially to Democrat candidates and causes from 2017-2018.

China’s civil service to open 14,500 vacancies in annual intake

China plans to recruit over 14,500 civil servants to work for 75 central government agencies and 20 institutions directly under them in the 2019 civil servant intake, the State Administration of Civil Service said Sunday.

The next step in the sustainability journey: What would nature do?

Janine Benyus has long known how much smarter nature is than we are. She remains ever-ready to provide a thoughtful answer each time the sustainability movement turns another corner and breathlessly asks, “what next?”

For-Profit College Chain Sues to Keep U.S. Aid

In lawsuit filed against Betsy DeVos, Education Corporation of America argues that it needs major financial restructuring but that campuses will have to close without federal student aid.

ACT Scores Show Drop in College Readiness, Especially in Math

A greater percentage of U.S. high-school graduates who took the ACT college-entrance exam aren’t ready for college-level coursework, with math readiness at a 14-year low.