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One of Britain's leading physicists will urge the countries of the Arab world to address "a general apathy towards science and freedom of thinking" -- a mood he believes is far too prevalent in the region.
College players at showcase programs may become famous, but while they cannot profit off their renown, more and more coaches are reaping rewards from use of their name and image
In 2001, The Brown Daily Herald accepted an advertisement questioning the idea that black people in the United States are owed reparations.
More college admissions officers are checking applicants on Google and Facebook but savvy students are hiding or removing incriminating information ...
Higher One, the large but often controversial provider of debit cards on college campuses, has reached a preliminary agreement to pay $15 million to settle claims that its fees and marketing practices were predatory
First-time international graduate enrollment is up 10 percent this fall, largely due to a substantial increase from India
University of Louisiana at Monroe President Nick Bruno announced Friday the elimination of 25 positions and the consolidation of the campus' five colleges into three.
Many professors have stories about holding their tongues when a student comment irks.
The Berklee College of Music will next year become the first nonprofit institution to offer fully online accredited bachelor’s degree programs in its field.