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Women’s liberal arts college is not the first to orient its curriculum around a singular topic, and experts say it likely won't be the last.
Gregory Manco, a math professor at St. Joseph’s University, has been suspended by administrators for tweets in which he argued against slavery reparations and racial bias training.
We will need help from the biggest food companies in the world to transform the food system into one that is sustainable while also feeding the almost 9 billion people on the planet.
With $1 million of support from the Gates Foundation, universities and local governments are bringing “anti-racism” to mathematics.
A new report shows they are pleased with the care and efforts being made by instructors
A majority of faculty members say the pandemic affected their course structures last year. Only 15 percent thought changes were for the better.
A US art installation that will let people control a paintballing robot in a mock art gallery has been condemned by the firm that made the robo-dog.
Many people view canceling student debt as a racial justice issue that would help many Black people struggling to repay their loans -- but most of the people who'd be helped are white and those with high incomes.
The war between Facebook and the Australian government is over.