A new report from the American Council of Trustees and Alumni shows that Americans aren’t getting their money’s worth when it comes to 52 leading institutions of higher education.
“As was carefully explained in the blog, the word choice was intentional, intended to provoke attention to some basic demographics facts of life: for Washington, for Western.”
The sex columnist admitted she abstained from the event.
Louisiana College (LC) has spent more than $5 million on a law school that it has not opened — and a confidential email from the founding dean reveals that there are no plans to open it in the future, either.
Northwestern's starting quarterback says decision to unionize players is not the way to go.
Harvard University has committed to listening to the United Nations when deciding how to spend the college’s endowment money.
Still, it's more likely they'll carry a ball than a child.
The university declined to allow the series to film on campus because of the potential for disruption and "the storyline placed the university and the community in an unfavorable light."
It is unknown if students will "wake up in the morning feeling like P. Diddy."
None of the money would be going to the high schools — religious or not — but directly to the college itself.
The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control wants students to help prevent their fellows from drinking too much during spring break.
The Gem State became the seventh state to allow students to concealed carry on campuses.
Even the protagonist of the classic 1986 comedy wasn't this bold when it came to altering his grades.
It may not have been held in a penthouse, but the CRNC hosted a rollicking event with several big names in the conservative movement.
The chess Grandmaster had some harsh words for President Obama's handling of the Ukraine crisis.
The university set up a call center over the weekend to dispense prepaid debit cards to help employees.
A student at Modesto Junior College (MJC) was awarded a $50,000 settlement to after school officials ordered him to stop distributing copies of the U.S. Constitution on National Constitution Day.
Sex Week at UT is getting a lot of heat these days.
Apparently, six counts of securities fraud doesn’t disqualify a former Goldman Sachs trader from teaching an honors economics course.
Other nationalities represented included France, Ireland.
The director of the University of Alabama’s Ferguson Student has apologized to a pro-life group that had its display secretly removed.
Campus Reform’s Katherine Timpf joined Fox and Friends to discuss a biased textbook from the University of South Carolina.
If you got an email from MIT last week with text telling you that you had been admitted, you may want to curb your enthusiasm.
University of Ohio-Akron is bringing a “race-morphing” video game to campus which allows students to see what their faces would look like as a member of another race.
A budget leader in this state wants a consultant to review the way colleges spend tax and tuition dollars.
A former law school student at Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I. is in police custody, after he sent a violent 33-page email Tuesday morning to half-a-dozen faculty. The school didn't notify students of the threat for several hours.
The program has been gone from the campus since the Vietnam War.
This school is looking to get more money from its students because of a lack of funding from the state.
You can become the "Ultimate Bengal" just by engaging with this university on social media.
Professor K.C. Johnson had a unique message during his talk for the "Uncomfortable Learning at Williams" speaker series.
A professor at N.C. State is claiming that the university tried to prevent him from exposing his colleagues’ false research project.
Duke University is building gender neutral housing for the freshman class of 2018, in order to accommodate the university’s LGBTQ students.
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama have planned an event intended to convince mothers to push their adult children to enroll in Obamacare.
Sarah Palin claimed “there is definitely a War on Christmas” while promoting her new book at Liberty University’s (LU) final fall convocation this past Wednesday.
Roanoke reports that Palin also stated that “revisionists” want to secularize Christmas by creating a “winter solstice season.”
Palin added that her faith is “the most important thing to me” and that it “has certainly influenced all the decisions I have made.”
Palin was at LU promoting her new book “Good Tidings and Greater Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas” and was joined on stage by LU chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. and school spokesman Johnnie Moore.
Palin was popularly received by LU students, who were excused from being late to classes if they were waiting afterward to get an autographed copy of her book.
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