"Side-eying Chloe" Clem - a young girl who became an internet sensation when a picture of her looking unimpressed went viral - is selling the original image for thousands of dollars at auction. Read more
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Sacred are the high school college counselors and teachers who mentor their students during their lunch breaks, after school and on their Thanksgiving break such as Lynda McGee, the college counselor at Downtown Magnets. (“The unentitled kids: California’s new generation of star college applicants,” Dec. 29) Read more
The University of Oregon and Oregon State University kicked off live classes on Monday, two in a long list of higher education institutions that have decided to open 2022 semesters in person rather than online. Read more
Colleges and professional organizations around the United States issue politically correct inclusive language guides. Read more
Schools in England could suspend the teaching of specialist subjects such as music as part of emergency timetable changes to cope with soaring Covid-related absence rates among staff, headteachers have been advised. Read more
In December, Stanford University’s Department of Computer Science released a statement on the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict accompanied by an anti-racism toolkit comprised of images of what looks like the reading list for a racial studies course. Read more
Half of all women have felt unsafe at some point walking alone in the dark, according to recent figures from the Office for National Statistics. Read more
Lawsuit alleges Chegg misled investors and that the company’s growth was largely attributable to the pandemic and “the facilitation of cheating.” Chegg says the suit is without merit. Read more
Campus Reform is monitoring the colleges and universities starting the 2022 academic year online. Read more
In free speech battle, court agrees that university and conservative governor still pose a threat to basic faculty rights Read more