Paranoia about TikTok and rumors of a secret documentary swirl around sorority rush week at the University of Alabama.
In their first year at U.S. universities, women who escaped the Taliban are struggling to adjust — and to reckon with what they left behind.
It is difficult to learn when one is always listening for a bullet.
Freeman Hrabowski transformed a onetime commuter school into the country’s strongest pipeline of Black graduates in science, technology, engineering and math.
Colleges should do more to integrate their physical presence seamlessly with the surrounding environment.
Semiconductor supremacy isn’t something we can buy. It’s something we must build.
A report on the University of Strasbourg’s takeover by Nazis during World War II and on medical crimes they committed there sheds light on a period that had been mostly scrubbed from official memory.
We deserve more than sex that is merely legal.
President Biden’s visit to Saudi Arabia; Merrick Garland and Donald Trump; the erased Secret Service texts; political changes; Columbia unranked.
College-educated workers are driving a spike in union organizing.
White anxiety about student performance may be driving educational changes.
Most elite colleges, like Yale and Harvard, give a boost to applicants who are children of alumni. But with affirmative action under attack, that may become harder to defend.
After decades of being underfunded, H.B.C.U.s see an opportunity to expand their offerings and foster a new generation of artists.
For Thomas Woodruff, retirement from teaching offered the very thing he’d been trying to instill in his students: artistic freedom.
U.S. News & World Report announced that it had “unranked” the Ivy League university after being unable to verify its data.
Students should not wait until they are on campus to begin thinking about how to protect their emotional well-being, experts say.
In 1933, a handful of renegade teachers opened a school in rural North Carolina that would go on to shape American art and art education for decades to come.
When the snow gives way to the dog days of summer, many locals find some relief at the swimming hole on Wappinger Creek.
The Big Ten and the SEC are consolidating power. The rest of college sports, some fear, could become a muddle.
The move by two of the Pac-12 Conference’s marquee schools came as the Big Ten closed in on a new television deal.
Title IX, over 50 years, has heavily benefited white women over women of color. That’s partly because race has never been part of the law.
Sales of the emergency contraceptive surged after the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
After Title IX passed in 1972, administrators found soccer to be a cheap way to comply. And participation rates soared in high schools, universities and at club levels for girls and women.
From 1972 to 1973, the United States considered three landmark changes to protect women’s rights. Fifty years later, only one is likely to remain.
The president is trying to balance his campaign promise to cancel thousands of dollars in student debt for tens of millions of borrowers with concerns such a move would be seen as a handout.
We must dismantle the grandfathered-in systemic advantages that male athletes and male-dominated sports infrastructures continue to enjoy.
Many in a generation that grew up with a Black president and Black Lives Matter are embracing Black colleges and universities.
Unpaid internships benefit schools and employers, but aren’t fair to college students footing their own tuition bills.
The work of Michael Woodley, a Briton who was cited by the teenager who killed 10 Black people at a supermarket in Buffalo, included pseudoscientific theories that have been used to justify racism.
Ilya Shapiro, who tweeted that a “lesser Black woman” would get a Supreme Court nod, was cleared by a school investigation. He decided to leave anyway.
The strong job market may be about to take a turn for the worse. That could come to haunt those who made choices based on today’s conditions.
Jonathan Malesic responds to readers concerned about the breakdown in college students’ learning since Covid
Under the new program, graduates of top-ranked global colleges can move to Britain for two years, even without a job offer. But no African, Indian or Latin American universities made the list.
The Education Department said it would wipe out the debts of 560,000 borrowers who had enrolled in the for-profit college chain, which collapsed in 2015.
Millions took out student loans for programs they did not complete. For some, debt cancellation would be life-changing. For others, it would hardly make a dent.
The majestic Old Library at Trinity College Dublin, where some of Ireland’s most ancient and valuable books are stored, is a popular tourist attraction.
The two men were found not guilty of involuntary manslaughter and reckless homicide in the death of Stone Foltz, a 20-year-old Bowling Green State University sophomore. But they were convicted of hazing and other lesser counts.
Legislators and their allies are running an aggressive campaign that uses public money and the law to pressure businesses they say are pushing “woke” causes.
An unsettling glimpse at the digitization of education.
A generation of students may be weighing the value of college versus its cost, questioning whether college is still the ticket to the middle class.
The Biden administration plans to offer those with loans in default a fresh start. It would help borrowers and the government alike.
Many believe that they’re the most unlucky generation since 1980s as Beijing’s persistent pursuit of the zero Covid policy wreaks havoc.
Joshua Katz’s dismissal is related to his inappropriate conduct with a female student, the university said. He says his criticism of a campus protest group is the issue.
Jonathan F. Mitchell, who helped draft Texas’ six-week abortion ban, has turned his attention to Harvard’s race-conscious admissions program.
Student loan debt is an albatross around the Democrats’ neck.
Joshua Katz says he was targeted because of his criticism of a campus protest group. A university report says the concerns are related to his inappropriate conduct with a female student.
Biden’s $10,000 in relief isn’t enough.
Canceling student debt won’t fix what’s wrong with higher education.
Whatever the cost of any student loan cancellation program, it’ll just be money we should have spent on higher education in the first place.
Readers ponder an impending horrible milestone. Also: Grief in our times; college debt; policies and public opinion; students’ letters.