The difficulties even of obtaining a scholarship to study in the West amount to systemic exclusion
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Spending his days designing high-end residences for South Africa's ultra rich, architect Tshepo Mokholo was miserable.
Teachers would be able to carry concealed guns on college campuses under a bill proposed Monday.
Faculty proposal would split a U.S. history and ideals required sequence across the CSU system. Historians aren't happy with the idea.
Amherst students incredulous about going for days without services they consider absolute necessities
In Hong Kong, 24-year-old entrepreneur “Jay” was brainstorming ideas to make some cash.
University of Nevada At Las Vegas’ “Art + Feminism” group hosts a “Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon”
Since the scorching hot summer of 2006, almost 3,000 archaeological artifacts have appeared from the melting ice in Oppland, Northern Norway. Among them, an Iron Age tunic, a 1,500-year-old arrow and a 3,400-year-old shoe.
President Donald Trump's convicted former lawyer Michael Cohen is expected to accuse him of criminal conduct during a hearing on Capitol Hill.
Roughly a year and a half ago, when the Dutch materials company DSM examined where its businesses stood in terms of circular practices, the company’s leadership wasn’t particularly happy with the process for doing so.