Government scheme funded by four universities raises concern in sector over ‘surprising flow of resources’
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“Biker Lust.” “The Book of Studs.” “Astrogay.” The John Hay Library at Brown University seems more suited to stately, leather-bound tomes than books with titles like those. But the university keeps almost 5,000 paperbacks in its gay pulp fiction archive.
A Harvard University policy prohibits students who join single-gender groups from achieving university endorsement for Rhodes scholarships, captaining school varsity sports teams, or leading student groups.
San Francisco State seeks to educate on the ethics of artificial intelligence
Bitcoin uses as much energy as the whole of Switzerland, a new online tool from the University of Cambridge shows.
California moves toward creating the strictest regulatory landscape for for-profit colleges in the U.S., but proposed legislation has already been weakened.
At a recent financial aid conference, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said that every school should help its students graduate with high-quality career prospects and minimal debt.
Study finds colleges have made little progress on faculty diversity, particularly at research-intensive universities, despite more conversations about race and inclusion.
Populism scholar Matthew Goodwin discusses political side-effects of higher education expansion and academic debate about ‘grievances’ fuelling movements
A judge has nearly halved the damages awarded to Gibson’s Bakery, which previously won a defamation lawsuit against Oberlin College