Eleven thousand years ago, the invention of agriculture made stable food supplies possible for the first time. In a relative blink of the eye, farming whisked aside 2 million years of hunting and gathering.
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Since Times Higher Education’s latest annual analysis of the pay packages of UK vice-chancellors was published, the focus on leaders’ remuneration has ratcheted up a fair notch or two.
The prospect of losing the only copy of her master's thesis during a robbery was just too much for one South African student to bear.
Ohio University rushed through a policy that bans all indoor protests, but vehement campus criticism may lead to changes.
High tuition fees and higher vice-chancellors’ salaries are under attack, but there could be a radical solution.
Notre Dame isn’t yet on Baylor’s level when it comes to callous indifference and blind negligence to the safety of women on its campus.
For-profit higher education and international recruitment agents will benefit from the current wave of nationalism in the US and Europe, according to two leading scholars of international higher education.
A century or two from now, people may look back at our current era — with its record-breaking high temperatures year after year, rapid disappearance of Arctic sea ice, and gradually rising sea levels — as part of a much cooler and far more desirable past.
Yu Xiaoli, 54, is dedicated to her job as a teacher in Zongshujiao village, in the mountainous area of Central China's Hunan province, for 36 years.
Apple has revealed a high-end smartphone with an "edge-to-edge" screen that has no physical home button.