For years, in many school districts across the country, it wasn’t uncommon to hear stories about special education students lacking adequate resources. They might go months without textbooks. Or, if they had textbooks, they were decades old. Technology was scarce
Northeastern University took a beating in early June for a fund-raising effort derisively dubbed a student loan lottery on Twitter. But beyond social media sneers, the effort provided a window into a larger struggle to turn young graduates into donors.
For some students, registering for courses and considering fields of study can feel like checking off items from a shopping list. Math? Check. Foreign language? Check. But for students entering Connecticut College in the fall, this approach will be strongly
“Drunkorexia” is a colloquial term for the practice of skipping meals or exercising heavily before consuming alcohol. The trend isn’t new for college students, with the word “drunkorexia” appearing in news headlines — and alarming parents — for a few
Irish universities would risk losing part of their funding if they fail to tackle gender inequality under proposed reforms to improve women’s promotion chances in academe. As part of plans put forward by an expert group commissioned by the Republic
Richard Bailey Jr., dean of students at the School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, has been chosen as president of Northern New Mexico College. John Cook, vice president of academic affairs at Manchester Community College, in New Hampshire, has
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