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College Campuses Overtaken by ‘Victimhood’ Culture, Says New Book

Jan 25, 2017 AM EST A new book, written by a reporter who focuses on issues surrounding campuses, alleges that college campuses are overtaken by a culture of "victimhood."

Ivy League Universities Reveals How Slavery Played A Part In Their History

Ivy League Universities Reveal How Slavery Played A Part In Their History

Jan 25, 2017 AM EST Ivy League Universities have released their individual reports on how slavery was part of their history.

Senate Judiciary Committee Hears Testimony From FCC Leaders On Proposed FCC Privacy Rules

Net Neutrality Critic Ajit Pai Appointed To Chair The FCC [Video]

Jan 25, 2017 AM EST On Monday, President Donald Trump appointed Ajit Pai, a staunch critic of net neutrality, to serve as the next chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

Protesters attend the 2017 Women's March - Sister March In New York on January 21, 2017

Women’s March Brings Together Hundreds Of Manhattan College Students

Jan 25, 2017 AM EST Groups of Manhattan College students join the Women’s Marches to advocate women’s rights.

Students using the internet for homework and research

How Slow Internet Speed Affects Children’s Education in Rural Areas

Jan 25, 2017 AM EST Here's how slow internet speeds in the rural communities affect children's education.

A student uses mobile phone checking on social media

Study Finds Link between Social Media Use and Sleep Deprivation Among Students

Jan 24, 2017 PM EST Here is how too much use of social media can be detrimental to student's sleep, health and academic performance.

Michael Farris, Alliance Defending Freedom's new president, thinks discrimination inside universities will get worse.

University Crackdowns on Free Speech and Religious Expression Expected to Become Worse, says Expert

Jan 24, 2017 PM EST Alliance Defending Freedom's new president thinks the crackdown on free speech in universities will turn for the worst, even with a new government administration.

Vaping actually encourages youths to smoke, a study found.

E-cigarettes Do Not Stop Youth From Smoking, According To UCSF Study

Jan 24, 2017 AM EST New research from UCSF finds no evidence of e-cigarettes lowering tobacco consumption among youth. Rather, they discovered that e-cigarettes encourage youths to smoke.

College graduation

How Investing in Higher Education Pays Off

Jan 24, 2017 AM EST Here's why pursuing a higher education still pays off.

Scammers on the internet are now targeting college students in the U.S.

U.S. College Students Targets for Employment Scam

Jan 23, 2017 AM EST The FBI has issued a warning regarding a scam targeting college students across the U.S.

Yoga classes held at the Humboldt State University during the Day of Solidarity

Day of Solidarity Event Held at Humboldt University

Jan 23, 2017 AM EST Humboldt State University held a "Day of Solidarity" on Friday, January 20, to help the students heal from the inauguration of the president with free food, massages, meditation and yoga.

The U.S. Constitution enumerates all the rights of students.

College Sued By Students After They Were Arrested for Distributing Free Copies of U.S. Constitution On Campus

Jan 23, 2017 AM EST Kellogg Community College is facing a lawsuit for having two students arrested for distributing free copies of the U.S. Constitution on campus.

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