Governor has proposed ending tuition assistance for students who take classes online, drawing intense criticism from Liberty University and its president, Jerry Falwell Jr.
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California is home to the largest homeless population in the country with more than 120,000 people on the streets and counting.
Wake Forest University will cancel classes for one day later this spring semester so professors can attend a diversity and inclusivity training at the private institution.
Facebook has launched a new tool that lets people see which apps, businesses and websites are sharing their information with the social network.
The Watkins College of Art will merge with Belmont University later this year, joining a growing list of tiny colleges, particularly in the arts, that struggled to go it alone.
A novel, potentially lethal virus in China. Bush fires in Australia. Political protests in Hong Kong.
Nanotechnology innovator charged over alleged links to Chinese state-run academic talent programme, in expanding federal crackdown
The University of Missouri is the most recent American university to shutter its Confucius Institute.
The National Association of Scholars is facing accusations of harboring a “white supremacy agenda” and of being “dangerous” over the group’s upcoming conference that will explore how a massive amount of scientific findings published in peer-reviewed journals cannot be reproduced.
The squeals of elementary students at recess and the occasional hiss of a tractor-trailer’s tires on the main drag serve as the only soundtrack as a quartet of high school students head for some fun away from school.