After three years of unrelenting drought, the South African city of Cape Town is at risk of running out of water.
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New study shows how wealthy parents and their involvement with their children drastically changes the college experience.
Questions have been raised about the value of international organisations providing aid for developing countries’ higher education systems, after the veterans of one project warned that much of its $4.6 million (£3.3 million) budget had been squande
Even in the driest places on Earth there is life eking out an existence, it seems.
Following a school shooting in Florida that killed 17 people, including that of a Chinese-American student who held a door to let his classmates escape, we learned that the FBI received a tip about the shooter last month but failed to act.
Taking part in brief mindfulness exercises can help university students stay focused during lectures, researchers have claimed.
Right after U of Tennessee faculty members agreed on plan to toughen oversight of tenured professors, system proposed rules many say endanger academic freedom.
wo technological revolutions are shaping the dawn of the 21st century: the development of the internet and the shift towards a carbon-free global energy system.
In an attempt to stay affordable and competitive, two small liberal arts colleges in Newton are considering merging, the schools announced Saturday.
Social networks' failure to tackle cyber-bullying is risking the mental health of young people, a Children's Society survey has found.