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The students, who were mostly headed to schools in the University of California system, had visas in hand when they were blocked from their flights this month.
She was a pioneer in the field of ecofeminism, in which she drew parallels between the ravaging of the environment and the ravaging of women.
The National Labor Relations Board has moved to reverse a 2016 ruling that eased the way for organizing at private universities.
The Education Department is investigating a Middle East studies program run by Duke and the University of North Carolina, citing, among other issues, how Judaism is discussed.
Four years after Germany took in over one million migrants, integration is quietly working, one village at a time.
Under the plan, tuition to all state colleges would be free for students regardless of family income.
All costs — tuition, books, housing and food — will be covered for those who qualify for aid.
The bill, if signed by the governor, would mark a new way of giving women access to abortion as conservative states tighten restrictions
The Virginia Theological Seminary is setting aside $1.7 million to atone for its role in American slavery.
Universities and colleges are sponsoring retirement communities on their grounds, hoping that young and old can enrich each other’s lives while filling the school’s coffers.
Four past champions of the Scripps National Spelling Bee on what the competition taught them about hard work, grit and luck.
Internal M.I.T. emails suggest that the official, Peter Cohen, was deeply involved in efforts to conceal donations coordinated by the disgraced financier.
As part of an investigative journalism program at the University of Southern California, a student found dozens of new sexual abuse allegations against a former campus doctor.
As students all over the world begin new school terms, German pupils’ experiences are rooted in a philosophy that teaches independence.
Cheating, Inc.: How Writing Papers for American College Students Has Become a Lucrative Profession Overseas
Amid the college admissions scandal, another type of cheating was overlooked: Students already in college who pay others to write their papers.
New research shows that students who borrowed more defaulted less, probably because the additional credits they were able to complete led to more stable careers.
The Pentagon is diverting $62.6 million from the construction of a new middle school at Fort Campbell, meaning that 552 students will continue to cram themselves in at an aging school.
Teenagers are helping to lead integration efforts, protesting against discrimination and demanding more inclusive curriculums.
After the announcement of seismic changes to the “guardianship” system, readers in Saudi Arabia shared their hopes — and skepticism.
The Education Department has begun a crackdown on colleges and universities that fail to disclose gifts from foreign governments, fearing undue influence.