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Students defrauded by for-profit colleges scored an important victory on Tuesday, when a court cleared the way for an Obama-era policy that will make it easier for them to get their student loans forgiven.
Two leading university presses are changing the way they sell their digital collections to libraries -- cutting out the middlemen. Will others follow suit?
Mitsubishi Electric has developed a new indoor lighting system that mimics blue skies, sunrises and sunsets.
Professors at the University of Buffalo and Arizona State University have developed a system to flag social media posts that have "the potential to spread misinformation and ill will."
An assistant professor at the University of Mississippi (UM) tweeted that United States senators “don’t deserve your civility” and encouraged people to disrupt their meals and take their food.
Paine College President Jerry Hardee stressed Monday he’s optimistic about its future despite a recent court ruling that could threaten its accreditation status.
Over the last year, there has been a surge of interest in the problem of ocean plastic pollution. The media drumbeat began with the now-infamous turtle video, continued through National Geographic’s year-long “Planet or Plastic” series, and hit a new high with the BBC release of “Blue Planet ll.”
Nowadays Chinese elderly are more tech-savvy than ever before, Beijing Business Today citing a consumption report jointly released by China's e-commerce platform Suning.com and Suning Finance that said on Tuesday that the over 65-year-old group showed more strength in purchasing smartphones and Single Lens Reflex Camera than the middle-aged group ranging from 45-60 years old.
Federal judge rejects challenge to 2016 borrower-defense rule, clearing the way for new benefits for borrowers, including tens of thousands who attended defunct for-profit colleges.