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The University of Colorado School of Medicine is giving back $1 million that was used to establish an advocacy group that played down the link between soft drinks and weight.
The authorities were debating whether to file child pornography charges, including felony charges, in the sexting case at Cañon City High School.
Students at a Colorado high school could face charges after using “photo vault” apps to keep illicit photos secret. But plenty of adults use the apps, too. Here’s how they work.
Student protesters rallied at Oxford University’s Oriel College, calling for the removal of a statue of Cecil Rhodes, a British imperialist.
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Over the past decade, the success of Alabama’s football program has become a powerful engine for the university’s economic and academic growth.
As part of a demand for salary increases, the City University of New York faculty members blocked the entrance to the Midtown Manhattan building housing the administration’s offices.
Unlike in years past, positions on a college’s or university’s board of trustees now require much more than a checkbook and a rubber stamp.