The University of California at Los Angeles’ ban on all smoking and tobacco products on campus will take effect Tuesday.
Online courses may exacerbate achievement gaps and further disadvantage demographic groups that often struggle academically, according to a new study.
Disagreements prompt professor’s departure from MOOC, Berkeley student comes out as undocumented, Harvard admin position emphasizes sustainable investment
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has requested the U.S. Supreme Court hear an appeal in a case involving the use of race in college admission decisions.
Questions of administrative diversity surface at Penn, one percent of Harvard undergrads forced to withdraw in cheating scandal
A report found that divesting from top fossil fuel companies would not pose a statistically significant risk to universities’ endowments.
Three people were wounded in a shooting between two men on the North Harris campus of Lone Star College near Houston, Texas at around 12:30 p.m. yesterday, according to an article in Reuters.
HIV prevention must be a top priority for the Rhode Island community, said Thomas Bertrand, executive director of the AIDS Project Rhode Island, to about 40 guests Friday at the HIV Prevention Coalition’s State House World AIDS Day Event.
The Narragansett Electric Lighting House, or “Dynamo House,” and the Ward Baking Company Administration Building – two buildings in the Jewelry District – were included on the Providence Preservation Society’s 2012 list of the most endangered buildings in Providence.