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U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court to Review Abigail Fisher's Affirmative Action Lawsuit Against UT-Austin

Jun 30, 2015 AM EDT The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) will review a high profile case of affirmative action in higher education admissions. ...


Penn State CyberAttacks Did Not Compromise Personal, Research Data

Jun 29, 2015 PM EDT Penn State's College of the Liberal Arts affected by cyberattack, but no personally identifiable information or research data were compromised. ...


Best Colleges in Massachusetts: Top 10 Schools in This Historic US State

Jun 27, 2015 AM EDT One of the most historic states in the country, Massachusetts is also rich in private higher education institutions. ...

Berklee College of Music

Berklee, Boston Conservatory Consider A Merger

Jun 26, 2015 AM EDT Berklee College of Music and the Boston Conservatory are exploring a merger. ...

President Barack Obama

Obama Administration's College Rating System Altered to Not Include a Rating System

Jun 26, 2015 AM EDT The Obama Administration addressed criticism of its college rating system by taking out the feature for which the plan was widely known. ...


Fordham To Offer First Academic Degrees In Fashion Law

Jun 23, 2015 AM EDT Fordham Law now Offers two degrees in fashion. ...

Westfield State University

Westfield State University To Increase Student Fees, Reduce Costs

Jun 22, 2015 PM EDT Westfield State University will likely increase undergraduate tuition and fees for the next academic school year. ...


UCSF To Ban Sugary Drinks On Campus

Jun 18, 2015 PM EDT The University of Califonia at San Francisco is phasing out sugary beverages being sold on its campus. ...


Beyonce Course To Debut This Fall At University of Waterloo

Jun 18, 2015 PM EDT Beyonce Knowles is getting her own course at a Canadian university. ...

Lego Blocks

Cambridge to Open Lego Professorship to Study Children's Development During Playtime

Jun 16, 2015 PM EDT Cambridge University is aiming to study how a child's playtime affects his or her mental development by opening up a Lego professorship. ...

Parkinson’s disease, Study.

Scripps Scientists Win $2M Grant To Study Protein Linked To Parkinson's Disease

Jun 15, 2015 AM EDT The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke of The National Institutes of Health have awarded scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute more than $2 million ...

Brian Kelly

Notre Dame Football: Brian Kelly Considers 'All' His Players 'At-Risk' Academically

Jun 12, 2015 AM EDT As Notre Dame's past rash of academic misconduct is being cleared up, head football coach Brian Kelly acknowledged none of his players are immune to such issues. ...

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