A Christian student group kicked off the University of Iowa campus last year for barring a gay student from becoming a leader will be allowed to continue functioning as a registered student organization — despite a UI request it lose that status by the end of June.
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Private four-year colleges may be getting real about their institutions’ financial future, to judge by the views of the men and women closest to their balance sheets.
Located in the basement of the K11 Art Mall in downtown Shanghai is Ratio, a new pop-up store that operates as a cafe by day and cocktail bar by night.
At least three congressional candidates have been targeted by hackers ahead of the US mid-term elections, according to Microsoft.
If you’ve ever wondered what the intersection of women in science, adventure and leadership looks like, here’s a prime example: a multidisciplinary crew of 20 women sailing for a month in a 72-foot research vessel called the Sea Dragon.
Students at the University of Manchester have painted over a mural of a poem by Rudyard Kipling, arguing that the writer “dehumanised people of colour”.
“No professor has ever cared about me.” This was a sentence in an email I received from a struggling student in my Physiology of the Immune System course, an upper-division elective course in the Physiology Department at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
College Board backtracks on plan to begin the AP World History exam in the year 1450, saying it will now begin in 1200.
A network of giant balloons will soon bring internet access to remote regions of rural Kenya.
Toronto Star reporter Daniel Dale has tracked President Trump's lies since the start of his presidency and says the lies are escalating.