New York University journalism professor Talia Lavin made the remark in response to backlash over Rep. Ilhan Omar's comments on 9/11.
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The term “big data” has permeated society without much clarity for many about what it means.
California lawmakers have passed a bill that paves the way for gig economy workers to get holiday and sick pay.
‘This is a regime that believes you should govern by clubbing people,’ says Frank Dikötter
Sociologists and more than a dozen other professional groups take a stand against using student evaluations of teaching as a primary measure of teaching effectiveness.
Hugh Jackman's embezzlement drama Bad Education has debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival with apt timing, as the sharply executed film offers parallels to scandals currently playing out in American colleges.
Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus is now sharing its sidewalks with a fleet of robots that can deliver meals at the push of a button
Recent clashes over Hong Kong and Tiananmen Square have strained universities’ diplomatic sinews
In January, University of Notre Dame President Rev. John Jenkins announced that murals on campus depicting Christopher Columbus’ journey and arrival to the Americas in 1492 would be covered up, calling the explorer’s arrival “nothing short of a catastrophe” for natives.
Devices that merge machines with the human brain need to be investigated, a study has said.