A list of more than 1,000 addresses of New Years Honours recipients, including those of senior police officers and politicians, has been accidentally published by the government.
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Scottish university piloted accelerated degrees, but challenges highlighted in review raises broader questions over such courses
Two professors at a midwestern university are working to develop and legitimize the field of “fat studies,” a discipline that examines the cultural and sociological phenomenon of overweight and obese human beings.
A new book by two professors argues that "white feminism" has too "monolithic" definition of what it means to be a woman.
It is always difficult to encapsulate a 12-month period, let alone the 365 turbocharged 24-hour news cycles that seem to have become the new normal.
Critics claim that only ‘congenial’ researchers get access to ride-hailing company’s data, while academic co-authors have potential conflicts of interest
Legal scholars are increasingly adopting and creating free textbooks in an attempt to increase affordability for students. But are these textbooks considered open educational resources?
A blog that critiques media coverage of religion has been taken over by a surprising source: a public university.
Sector heads recognise that Mexicans have rallied behind the president’s promises even though problems of inequality and social mobility persist
A student at Rutgers University was told by his professor not to use Bible quotes in academic papers.