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The most elemental skills of romantic intimacy are going the way of cursive handwriting. Colleges can help — in the classroom.
The Learning Network Blog: For the Sake of Argument: Writing Persuasively to Craft Short, Evidence-Based Editorials
In this lesson, we offer suggestions on how to guide students through the process when writing editorials — from brainstorming a topic to publishing their work — and all the steps in between.
The goal of bystander intervention programs is to block bad behavior before it crosses the line from drunken partying to rape.
Once the stuff of “Saturday Night Live” parody, “consent” today is proudly emblazoned on T-shirts, underwear and condom wrappers.
The Learning Network Blog: What Are Five Everyday Problems That Bother You, and What Can You Do About Them?
Do a version of the assignment students in Introduction to Creative Studies at Buffalo State College did, and tell us what you find.
Nine renowned researchers are to arrive on Friday as part of the Institute for Advanced Study and a strategy to promote excellence at Texas A&M University.
In our first Student Editorial Contest, we’re asking teenagers to write short, evidence-based persuasive essays like the editorials The New York Times publishes every day. Post yours here by March 17.
Not only are there concerns about terrorism at these Olympics, but many are outraged about Russian legislation that seems to discriminate against gay athletes and visitors. Will you be watching the Games? Why or why not?
In honor of Black History Month, this Poetry Pairing features “American Income” by Afaa Michael Weaver and “Reflections on the Road to Yale” by Travis Reginal.
How worried are you about the threat of terrorism at the Sochi Games? How do you feel about the measures Russian authorities have taken to prevent attacks at the Winter Olympics?
Can you choose the answer choice that most closely defines “salubrious,” as it is used in the article?
Lee C. Bollinger announced new guidelines following a review of the way Columbia University handled the sexual assault complaints of three women.
The first lady told a group of high school students and parents on Wednesday not to let financial concerns stand in the way of a college education.