Education News from NY Times
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College newspapers have until recently managed to stave off industry challenges. Now many traditional papers are struggling for survival.
Tips, examples and a quiz to help students think about what the opening lines of an essay or article must do — and how to use what they learn to make their own writing stronger.
Full Moon on the Quad, an orgy of interclass kissing reluctantly but officially sanctioned by Stanford University, is followed by another tradition: the spread of mono and the flu.
The latest figures released this week by the Law School Admissions Council show that nearly 11 percent fewer people took the LSAT in October than the year before.
New Parent, Old Parent: If Your Child Was Bullied, When Did You Intervene and When Did You Stay Out?
Seeking advice from parents whose children were bullied, and asking when they chose to do something about it.
The classes, offered in partnership with the California company Coursera, will include weekly sessions in which students will meet in person.
In this Poetry Pairing, two well-known Irish poets are remembered. There is the nearly 100-year-old poem “The Fisherman” by William Butler Yeats, paired with the August 2013 obituary “Seamus Heaney, Irish Poet of Soil and Strife, Dies at 74.”
Janet Napolitano, the president of the University of California, said that $5 million would be devoted to providing counseling and financial aid for students living in the country illegally.