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Students are sleeping in the Reed College administration building in protest of the school's primary bank.
Colleges are pilloried each October by conservative media for being overly concerned about students offended by Halloween costumes. But do those stories miss the hands-off approach colleges often take?
Junior academics are being “held back” in their careers as a consequence of more senior research partners being over-credited on co-authored papers, the results of a global study suggest.
The head of a data analytics company linked to the Trump campaign contacted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in 2016 regarding thousands of Hillary Clinton's emails kept on a private server while she was secretary of state,
US President Donald Trump has declared the nation's painkiller-addiction crisis a public health emergency.
Christiana Figueres is the former executive secretary of the United Nations Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
The UK government is exploring the idea of offering access to public student loans for overseas students studying at British universities, as part of potential post-Brexit trade deals with foreign governments.
More than half of all research papers published by academics in France and Britain now have at least one international co-author. Share lags in U.S.
Ball State University staff and presidents of the 13 fraternities included in Ball State’s Interfraternity Council have agreed there will be no more social gatherings at fraternity houses or co-hosted events by fraternities that include alcohol, or otherwise, until after Jan. 31, 2018.