This election cycle, more users than ever before are turning to social media - and as a result, it can be difficult to separate reported fact from rampant speculation.
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When Pittsburgh wakes up on Wednesday morning, some residents will have the choice of going about their day in an Uber that drives itself.
Being unpaid, unloved and unknown for their troubles, anonymous peer reviewers must often feel they have one of academia’s most thankless jobs.
More than 150 faculty members offer new students a different view on safe spaces, trigger warnings and diversity.
Who is there to provide financing when small farmers in the Northeast are trying to secure the futures of ecological farms?
“Free college credit” for seventh-graders and older students — the lure of the popular dual-enrollment program that Ohio put into effect a year ago — isn’t free for school districts.
Freshmen in the chemical engineering department in China’s southeast Jiangxi University of Science and Technology will now be able to choose their professors based on age, gender, and personality, adding some excitement to China’s often dreary university scene.
Major technology companies including Facebook, Google and Twitter are urging Congress to support a plan for the U.S. government to cede control of the internet's technical management to the global community...
Universities are failing to make best use of Twitter and may promote “inaccurate” depictions of themselves via the social network, a major study says.
College Republicans plant 2,997 flags on campus. Many are removed and trashed.