Three Yale students who claim they were groped at fraternity parties have filed a class-action lawsuit against the university, arguing the school has fostered an environment where alcohol-fueled gatherings at off-campus fraternity houses dictate the undergraduate social scene.
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Human rights defenders are calling on Apple (AAPL) and Google (GOOGL) to remove the Saudi government app Absher from its platforms, saying that it allows Saudi men to track women under their sponsorship.
After months of pushing China to retreat from its strategy to dominate the technologies of the future, President Trump today ordered U.S. agencies to prioritize keeping the U.S. ahead in the development and deployment of artificial intelligence.
Gradings influenced more by sex and ethnicity than teachers’ experience
The Trump administration backtracked this week on two proposals that would reshape the role of college accreditors.
South Dakota college leaders oppose an effort to make U.S. History and U.S. Government graduation requirements.
Borrowers could soon be required to pay back their federal student loans directly from their paychecks, if one powerful Republican gets his way.
Ethan Lindenberger from Ohio asked social media site Reddit if he could have vaccines without parental consent.
Over the past few days, nearly everyone within arm’s reach of a keyboard seems to have weighed in on the Green New Deal, an ambitious framework for future congressional legislation.
Switching to a six-point scale in surveys eliminates perceived gap in teaching performance, study finds