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All Saints' Chapel at the University of the South is a five-story Gothic church with vaulted ceilings and a stained-glass window that mimics the cathedrals of Europe.
People experiencing chronic shortness of breath may soon have a new way to help alleviate their discomfort, according to a Penn State College of Medicine pulmonology researcher.
A £10m funding package to help widen access to higher education for students from poorer backgrounds has been unveiled by the Scottish government.
The human-resources administrator at the University of Toledo wrote that gay people have chosen their lifestyle and thus should not be thought of as "civil-rights victims."
Michigan's legislature set off a vociferous debate by passing a bill last Thursday to allow licensed pistols in schools, churches and college facilities -- the day before the tragic shooting in Connecticut.
Youth around the world want to work -- but aren't getting the support they need from the state.
Britain named a vast swathe of its Antarctic territory after Queen Elizabeth on Tuesday, capping a year of Diamond Jubilee celebrations marking the queen's 60th year on the throne.
In a trend called flipping the classroom, new technology tools and different approaches to learning are changing the way some college faculty teach their courses.
The Global Mail investigates rumours of a mysterious plague down-river from a giant gold mine in remote Papua New Guinea, and uncovers disturbing questions about the flow of benefits from the resources boom.