Christmas songs are all well and good, but have you ever wished that they had more of a higher education theme?
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Science has become much more collaborative and interdisciplinary in recent decades.
Fleets of drones may one day soar the skies while delivering sneakers, pasta sauce, and basketballs that people order online.
Women have been elected to municipal councils in Saudi Arabia for the first time after a ban on women taking part in elections was lifted.
As even casual Star Wars fans will know, lightsabers are probably the coolest weapon ever to make an appearance on the big screen.
For Selina Leem, an 18-year-old from a tiny part of the Marshall Islands in the middle of the Pacific, the adoption of Saturday's "Paris Agreement" on climate change wasn't about wonky diplomacy.
Don't call me Ishmael. Call me "Albicetus."
Thursday is United Nations Human Rights Day but not everywhere is it celebrated with equal enthusiasm.
India will be home to the largest domestic higher education market by 2025, while China will remain the number one provider of international students globally, according to a study from the British Council.
After one year of probation, Norfolk State University's accrediting agency has lifted the sanction.