How one small group of teens is proving they're ready for independence.
25 colleges and universities where a degree = big dollars.
#CUonStrike reaches its final day.
Robert Sternberg's critics say he cited himself repeatedly in the journal he edited and basically acted like a jerk.
Students can relieve tears for 10 minutes at a time in the library
A CMN feature with three theater majors on William Shakespeare's impact on their lives.
The university says that the wilderness is too risky for students involved with outdoor clubs.
Franklin Pierce is getting a huge award, but it's not a Pulitzer.
After weeks of protests by teachers, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey rolled out a proposal Thursday promising a 20 percent raise by 2020.
The bill gives students access to $15 million dollars in scholarships, twice the amount available before its passing.
Kennesaw State University hosts Queer Research Day.
The better question is: why are achievements considered selfish?
His death occurred on the same day UT Austin decided to strengthen stance on employee misconduct.
Another liberal arts college shuts it's door, leaving the future of its students uncertain.
Whether you're an early bird or a night owl might be affecting your GPA.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness month. See what CSU’s Women and Gender Advocacy Center is doing for supportive services!
A firsthand report on how a peaceful protest gave Cindy Mann her job back.
On March 23, Pitzer College closed its gym to males for the afternoon to promote the health and wellbeing of female and non-binary students. The closure...
Harvard has had their lowest admission rate ever.
All education was not created equal
U.S. News and World Report breaks down higher education as part of its annual states ranking
New report highlights lack of diversity in teaching and mentoring positions remains an issue.
Cornell won't be punishing student protestors, the University of Pennsylvania is raising their tuition to a hefty price, and students with disabilities are struggling to find...
San Diego State University amends its highly controversial course title after public outrage but sticks with its course curriculum
The University of Texas at Austin's System Board of Regents agrees to use $7.4 million toward students' mental health, safe alcohol consumption and sexual assault prevention...