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Their appearance at the event, set to take place Sept. 24-27, comes after violent protests caused Coulter and Yiannopoulos' previous planned speeches on campus to be cancelled.
A new scheme modelled after the renowned German and Swiss system of apprenticeship has seen keen interest from Singapore university students, with close to 200 applying for 65 places on offer this year.
Publishing giant Elsevier is taking on Wikipedia with the launch of a new service that provides encyclopedia-style entries on key scientific topics.
The Pirate Bay briefly put code on some of its web pages that used visitors' machines to mine a virtual currency.
A new rule on Sina Weibo, China's leading microblog service, caused a stir among its users and put a spotlight on internet platforms' competition for user-generated content.
The California Community Colleges today applauded the Mission Asset Fund (MAF) for offering scholarship funds to cover the costs for students needing to renew their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrives (DACA) status ...
Britain is phasing out its coal-burning power plants, with the last one slated to be shuttered by 2025, if not sooner.
Incidents at Harvard and Catholic Universities challenge idea that liberals are the only ones preventing ideas from being voiced on campuses.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has rebuked US President Donald Trump for suggesting suspects in Friday's London train blast were known to police.