Dan Graves, a mental health aide in San Jose, Calif., had mixed feelings when he heard that ITT Educational Services had filed for bankruptcy in mid-September.
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University of Cincinnati has suspended collection of a new international student fee after months of protests from students.
Paper finds growth of fully online degree programs led to increased spending and falling enrollments at some place-based colleges, but had little impact on tuition rates.
The cause of the rapid increase in methane emissions since 2007 has puzzled scientists.
Tens of millions of IP addresses were used to take down popular websites like Twitter and Netflix as part of a massive cyberattack
In theory this is not the only Universe that might exist, and in many others, identical copies of us can be found.
One year on from the United Nations' formal approval of 17 crucial global Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs, and many companies are still wondering what to do, struggling to develop a meaningful and credible approach.
Head of England’s funding council says ‘future talent pool’ is big Brexit issue
Black students nationwide have been inspired by and joined the protest started by Colin Kaepernick of the National Football League in which people decline to stand during the national anthem before athletic contests.
While much of the focus of Boise State University during football season is on the Blue, there is effort under way among some students to make a big change.