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Since athletes and others have been taking a knee during the national anthem, the leaders of public colleges and universities have offered a variety of views on whether the protests are wise.
Meeting the ambitious climate change targets agreed upon in Paris last December will require deep transformation of the global economy—especially in energy systems, transportation systems, and industry—over the next several decades.
College freshman Mia Barone’s fingers are flying in the campus library, her eyes closed as she signs the words on her study list — tomorrow, free, champion, flirting.
Emily Chen's experiences at a private boarding school in the United States have had nothing but positive results.
Profits at roughly a quarter of Chinese companies in a Reuters analysis were too low in the first half of this year to cover their debt servicing obligations, as earnings languish and loan burdens increase.
The University of Mary, Turtle Mountain Community College and Sitting Bull College were awarded federal grants this week to help more Native Americans pursue careers as teachers and administrators in high-need, reservation schools.
A group of professors and not-so-academic writers declare support for the GOP presidential candidate. But the list of signatures highlights Trump's limited appeal in academe, even among Republican presidential candidates.
Intelehealth, founded by students at Johns Hopkins University, makes an app that lets health workers in rural communities act as a proxy for doctors who are unable to work in underserved areas themselves.
Is the smartphone app doomed?