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The FAQ to go with the announcement that Amherst College is launching a new scholarly press ends with the question "Isn't this endeavor wildly idealistic?" The answer is yes.
The word massive – as in massive open online courses – seems inconsistent with one of the hallmarks of an education at a small liberal arts college.
Students are demanding that university endowment funds rid themselves of coal, oil and gas stocks in hopes of bringing climate change onto the national political agenda.
The company with the distinctive mermaid icon banded together with its competitors to address sustainability concerns from overfishing to greenhouse gas emissions.
Washington state made history on Thursday as the first in the nation to legalize marijuana for adult recreational use, an occasion celebrated by dozens of users near Seattle's famed
Traffickers act as placement agencies to supply poor, rural girls as the growing middle classes drive voracious demand for maids
Several high-profile tech companies have already signed up for Coursera's new employee-matching service. Udacity offers a similar service.
For all the ruckus it’s causing, you’d think the new BDSM club at Harvard University was actually a new idea -- and a controversial one, at that. Not so.
In a move that has already sparked discussion among educators and civil rights advocates, North Carolina is set to become the first state to make student cyberbullying against educators a crime.