You just can’t make this stuff up. All over America we push our young people to get good grades so that they can get “a college education”, but then once they get […]
At universities across the United States, students say they’re walking out on Wednesday. Their aim: Pressuring officials to make their school a “sanctuary campus” that limits cooperation with federal immigration authorities. The […]
The response to the shock has been to turn campuses into kindergarten. The University of Michigan Law School announced a ”post-election self-care” event with “food” and “play,” including “coloring sheets, play dough […]
Most parents assume that when they send their kids to college that they will receive training which will prepare them for a lifetime of employment. Sadly, the truth is that very little […]
Revealed: The top U.S. universities where broke students are hooking up with rich sugar daddies to pay their tuition
60 percent of America’s 21 million university students will graduate with an average debt of $27,300 – but not those who choose to romance their way out of a financial burden. An […]
The average U.S. college freshman reads at a seventh grade level, according to an educational assessment report. “We are spending billions of dollars trying to send students to college and maintain them […]
Some college graduates might joke they minored in beer studies. But that’s actually the case for a new group of students at Paul Smith’s College in upstate New York. This month, the college announced it would start offering a craft-brewing minor to all of its students.
Growing up as a fundamentalist Christian in Austin, Texas, Josh Bergeleen says he “didn’t know that gay was a thing.” That changed when he went off to college at Emory University in Atlanta, and he came out at 18, shortly after beginning his freshman year. Four years later, Bergeleen credits Emory’s welcoming environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students as a key factor not only in his discovering his own identity, but in helping him stay on track to graduate from the business school this year.