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As students, alumni and faculty members call on Yale to rename a residential college named for the white supremacist John C. Calhoun, the university weighs whether to expunge such displays of its history.
Inside the three-year effort to open an economically diverse, academically rigorous charter in Brooklyn.
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When the company wanted a team of roboticists, it raided a university lab to get them. Can high-tech academia survive today’s Silicon Valley talent binge?
Ushering college students into the darkest corners of America’s past reveals a great deal about the present.
After discovering that students don’t share his passion for the playwright’s command of language, a professor concludes that all’s well that ends well.
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What cultural experience — a concert, a movie, a book, a visit to a museum or restaurant, a play or anything else — has been so meaningful to you that you wish you could experience it for the first time all over again?
Does “Watchman” change how you’ll teach “Mockingbird”? Here are six ideas for teaching “Mockingbird” today, as well as many resources for connecting Harper Lee and her work to the world around us.
The increases in debt and default rates are concentrated among students at for-profit and community colleges, even though those students borrow less on average.
The decades-old intellectual debate simmering beneath the current conversation over sexual assault on campus.
For some of the brightest undergraduates, getting through college is a logistical problem, not an intellectual one.
The University of Cincinnati is trying to raise its profile through a risky (but increasingly common) investment: expensive architecture.
Do you think American men — and maybe men elsewhere in the world — are confused about what it means to be a man? What does “being a man” mean to you? Why?
The Rev. John I. Jenkins suggests that student-athletes be able to monetize their fame, with limits. But he adamantly opposes a model in which college sheds what is left of its amateur ways.
It was a day of paperwork, pleading and raised or dashed hopes for New York City students who were seeking to transfer, or to just get into any school at all.