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Melina Abdullah, a professor of Pan-African Studies at Cal State University Los Angeles who is a leader in the Black Lives Matter movement and once argued Jussie Smollet was framed, recently stated she thinks Taylor Swift fans are kinda racist. Read more
Yale University will require standardized test scores for admission for students applying to enter in the fall of 2025, becoming the second Ivy League university to abandon test-optional policies that had been widely embraced during the Covid pandemic. Read more
Google has had to publicly state Gmail is "here to stay" after a hoax claiming it was shutting down spread widely on social media. Read more
Breaking out of sci-fi movies and into the classroom, holograms are becoming the latest high-tech teaching tool. Read more
It's extremely rare and usually exists for just 142 billionths of a second. Read more
The University of Minnesota Morris is excited to share with potential students that they could potentially save $20,000 on tuition costs for a bachelor’s degree, which may appease a public and federal government pushing for a more affordable higher education. The fix? It’s scraping an entire year off a student’s academic calendar with its Degree in Three programs. Read more
Pro-life researchers confirmed plans this week to take legal action against Sage Journals after the academic publication retracted three of their abortion studies. Read more
There are between 10 and 50 billion potentially habitable worlds in our galaxy, says Bill Diamond. It makes his job rather difficult. Read more
A new report found that many recent graduates don’t land jobs that require a degree. Read more