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Annie Murphy Paul: Why Confusion Creates New Learning Pathways

Reading a story by the surrealist writer Franz Kafka, or watching a movie by the eccentric filmmaker David Lynch, imposes on us a meaning threat—the uncomfortable feeling that nothing quite makes sense.

Gifts to U.S. Colleges Rose 2.3% in 2012, Narrowly Outpacing Inflation

The growth was well below 2011's 8.2-percent rise and, when adjusted for inflation, came to an increase of just 0.2 percent, says the Council for Aid to Education.

Graduates from fashion’s cradle of talent chase elusive dream

As London Fashion Week closes, Britain's budding designers must tackle the challenge of finding employment in an economy where most recent university graduates are struggling for work