In Terry Vecchio’s first month as dean of students at Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester, a student told Vecchio she was living with her husband and children in a car.
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Heather Hiles, an entrepreneur and Gates Foundation alum, will lead the new institution, launching this fall with competency-based certificate programs for the state's adults.
The University of New Orleans classifies "suggestive" notes as a form of "sexual harassment."
The Green New Deal means different things to different people. In some ways, that’s part of its appeal. On the other hand, a Green New Deal can’t mean anything anyone wants it to, or it will come to mean nothing at all.
Academics assess the impact Meghan Markle may have in her new role as patron of the Association of Commonwealth Universities
The world is in the middle of what is likely to be the warmest 10 years since records began in 1850, says the Met Office.
As a little girl growing up in Southern California hard times in Clara Leopo’s household weren’t unusual and regular meals were not guaranteed. During one rough stretch when she was 10 years old, Leopo says, her mother even sold her wedding ring to put food on the table.
Colleges and universities in Virginia and elsewhere, struggling with histories tied to slavery and the Confederacy, are forced by the scandal involving the governor's yearbook to consider the spewing of hatred in contemporary times.
Purdue University president Mitch Daniels proposed to faculty that students should have to pass a civic literacy test to graduate.
A study from Washington University showed that women's brains were about three years younger than men's, offering a clue to why women tend to stay mentally sharp longer than men.