When I used to behave like an entitled teenager, my mother always used to say, "You’ve only one mouth but you’ve got two ears." It used to drive me crazy. But as with most things, she was right.
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Women who out-earn male partners need to have significantly higher qualifications, Australian survey suggests
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Mastery Transcript Consortium prepares for a world without traditional transcripts.
Several months after announcing the major new initiative, Harvard Medical School remains silent about revisions that will radically re-orient the school’s approach to medicine, bringing the institution’s curriculum in line with modern LGBT ideology.
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A new study finds that a majority of Americans support free community college tuition for workers replaced by robots.
Dale Schroeder was a simple, humble man from Iowa, who ended up changing the lives of 33 people forever.
Study pinpoints ‘disconnect’ between what academics value when submitting work for publication, and what they think others value