At one online Texas institution, high schoolers learn a high-paying trade, while college is optional.
A high school in Colorado Springs, Colorado, has retired its “Indian” mascot. Whether this was due to genuine community support or to outside activist pressure remains an open question.
Car company Tesla has plans to create jobs in Austin, Texas — and many of those opportunities will not require college degrees.
This session conservatives in the Idaho legislature sent a clear message: No public funds will be used for state sanctioned racism and sexism in institutions of higher education.
Two authors of “canceled” books are calling on young Americans to combat today’s hyper-politicization and intellectual censorship, suggesting the censorship trend is akin to “modern day book burning.”
A pro-life organization has notched another victory as part of its goal to sever ties between Christian universities and the abortion industry.
A group representing over 7,000 archaeologists has refused to post a video of a lecture delivered at its annual meeting earlier this month after complaints the topic was too racially charged.
Georgetown University recently announced it would expand its non-degree prison education program to include one that can lead to a college degree.
The University of Texas at Austin has announced that it is in the process of creating a second marching band, separate from the school’s current Longhorn Marching Band.
The University of San Diego is formally reviewing a law professor who made a blog post critical of the Chinese Communist Party.