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Nature editorial refires debate on scientific monuments

Historians like to say that everything has a history. Yet the natural sciences remain somewhat removed from academic debates over what to do with monuments tied to dark chapters in American history.

American colleges say they’ll fight for Dreamers after Trump’s decision

As the president of LaGuardia Community College, Gail Mellow spent years encouraging the hundreds of undocumented students on her school’s Queens campus to sign up for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

England’s new access chief ‘must be public champion’

England’s new university access tsar must be a “strong public advocate” for the widening participation agenda in higher education, a leading sector expert has said.

Breaking the ceiling for a new generation of young entrepreneurs

By 2030, the target date for the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals, the number of youth aged 15 to 24 years will reach nearly 1.3 billion globally, up 7 percent from 2015.