The Princeton Review has named Emerson College as the most "LGBT-Friendly" school in the country, according to a ranking published this week.
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Whether massive open online courses will help traditional college students significantly cut costs remains to be seen, but a smattering of institutional trials may soon help tell.
Hong Kong has just announced that, in cooperation with mainland China, its customs enforcement seized $41 million worth of ivory tusks and other exotic animal parts.
My good friend John Peterson, founder of Public Architecture, asked me the other day what lessons nature had for those working to increase resilience in city infrastructure.
Yale University President Peter Salovey, responding to public outcry over a report on campus sexual misconduct, has asked the school to develop a list of scenarios that would illustrate the term “nonconsensual sex.”
It may not seem the obvious place to start a job hunt but a Buddhist temple on the outskirts of Beijing has become a pilgrimage site for some university graduates.
For nearly three decades, the test-preparation and education company Kaplan Inc. has relied on the prestige and integrity of its corporate owner, the Washington Post Company, to promote its brand.
Robocop and Basic Instinct director Paul Verhoeven's latest film features a script written collectively by its audience ...
College students likely spend hundreds of thousands of dollars extra per year on buying rights for for digital versions of readings to which they have free access.
Photocopiers made by Xerox are changing numbers on documents, a German computer scientist has discovered.