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Higher ed tuition break approved for evacuees

Students who relocated to Massachusetts from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands because of Hurricane Maria will be immediately eligible to pay lower in-state public higher education tuition rates under a proposal unanimously approved ...

Why the U.S. must show up for global climate finance

In recent months, thousands of groups across the United States — including cities, states, companies, tribes and nongovernmental organizations — have launched initiatives in support of the Paris Agreement.

US universities battle ‘perfect storm’ of controversy

Even by the standards of the daily cascade of chaos that has come to characterise the American news cycle, the nation’s universities have suffered a semestris horribilis.

White House qualifies false Trump claim he doesn’t know his accusers

President Donald Trump claimed on Tuesday that he didn't know or had never met the women accusing him of sexual harassment and assault, despite evidence to the contrary.

Internationalisation key as Asian challengers bid to reap returns

The steady rise of Asian institutions in the world rankings is an all-too-familiar trend: whether it is institutions in China, South Korea, Singapore or Hong Kong, the movement is clear to see.