Columbia University project reveals which texts are set most often on university courses around the world
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Their student visa statuses were cancelled for enrolling in a fake college that the government set up to nab alleged visa fraudsters. Now they've won the right to challenge the blanket finding that they were willing participants in the fraud.
Students at Hampton University soon will be playing video games as part of their studies. The university is building an eSports lab, thanks to a $340,658 technology grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
A University of Virginia spokesperson told The College Fix that the historic institution will continue to mark its Founder’s Day programming despite the Charlottesville City Council’s decision to nix its annual celebration of Thomas Jefferson’s birthday.
The University of Alabama-Birmingham has received $1.25 million in federal funding to help “review” and “isolate” policies that supposedly perpetuate a lack of female representation in science and math.
A Californian-based start-up has unveiled what it says is the world's largest computer chip.
A new report shows student loans outpacing other household debt among most severely delinquent loans.
A public university in Pennsylvania is not eager to talk about its policy that threatens to punish students for sending “annoying” and “offensive” messages.
When people think of recent major changes in Arab countries, they often call to mind the Arab uprisings of late 2010 and beyond.
A mandatory training session for MSU student employees suggested not using the phrases "I apologize," "no problem," "sir," and "ma"am."