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Many past and present students couldn't help shedding a tear as they farewelled Esther Snader from Anqing of East China's Anhui province.
India's revered Ganges and Yamuna rivers cannot be viewed as living entities, the Supreme Court has ruled.
A UK university has told all of its research professors to reapply for their jobs, or face redundancy.
Louisiana is the first state to prohibit public universities from asking applicants about their criminal histories, the latest development in a growing movement to "ban the box" on college applications.
Mizzou will ban students from using ID credit cards to buy nonacademic items from campus store, saying it will promote better spending habits. But students can still buy campus massages with their IDs and use their credit cards for other things.
Imagine sinking into the deepest parts of the Central Pacific Ocean, somewhere between Mexico and Hawaii.
U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry is expected to issue a report saying renewables pose a threat to the electricity grid.
It has been a month since Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has spoken publicly about higher education.
Anthropologist offers explanation for why faculty members hesitate to adopt innovative teaching methods.