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As pockets of anxiety crop up ahead of the day billed as the Maya apocalypse, a motley crew of New Age thrill-seekers, mystics and tourists have gathered at ancient holy
A single number has provoked a dispute for nearly two decades between two researchers who don’t respect each other very much.
Wealthy donors to Ivy League universities can "buy a place" for their offspring, and admissions policies at elite U.S. universities are far less meritocratic than anything that would be accepted in Britain ...
In the wake of last week’s shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., more than 160 college and university presidents are calling for stricter gun laws.
The German automaker's long view of sustainability includes integrating renewable energy into production facilities and tapping vehicle-to-grid technologies.
American filmmaker David Breashears made the incredible image in spring 2012, taking 477 images with a 300mm lens before stitching them together electronically.
The ad hoc Yale College Committee on Online Education that recommends Yale offer online for-credit courses to undergraduates and the public.
Deutsche Bank’s reputation is besmirched, bringing a little light relief to Europe’s Greek tragedy.
New York University President John Sexton has spent much of his 11-year tenure thinking about the challenges of globalization, but what was in his backyard the whole time might pose the largest challenge of his presidency.