Google Is Discontinuing Inbox In March 2019. Here’s What You Need To Know by Terry Heick I woke up to a push notification from Google regarding my beloved Inbox. It’s going away in March of 2019 Google recently announced that
(AP Photo/Steven Senne) That scent of cool mint or mango that sometimes wafts from the student bathroom or the back of the school bus? It’s the olfactory evidence of growing, widespread use of e-cigarettes by middle and high school students.
It’s common advice: to increase faculty gender diversity, increase the gender diversity of institutional leaders. But what about department chairs, a kind of middle-management position — do they make a difference? And beyond gender diversity, does having a female chair
After weeks of speculation, tech giant Amazon confirmed yesterday that it would be building not one but two new headquarters in the U.S. — one in the Long Island City neighborhood of Queens, N.Y., and the other in Arlington, Va.
An overwhelming majority of community colleges saw increased enrollments of Pell Grant recipients last summer, suggesting that the federal government’s reinstatement of year-round Pell eligibility last year may be helping to stem overall enrollment declines in the two-year sector. Just
A black student at the University of Texas at San Antonio was escorted out of her biology class by police for purportedly putting her feet up, the latest incident to go viral in the phenomenon of African American men and
Northeastern University in Boston plans to acquire the New College of the Humanities, a London-based institution with 210 students founded by the philosopher A. C. Grayling in 2012. NCH prides itself on offering an education that melds aspects of the Oxford
No one ever shows up at brunch and says, “Oh my gosh, I was so sober last night!” Risky behavior draws attention. As a result, people tend to assume that everyone else is doing it more than they really are.
(Photo By Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call) (CQ Roll Call via AP Images) The 2018 midterm election results gave educators much to celebrate. More than 1,000 teachers, professors, education support professionals (ESP), and administrators from both major parties won state and
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