They’re not necessarily misinformed. Some are just worried.
New satellite mapping of the world’s mountain ice suggests Earth’s glaciers may contain less water than previously thought.
The federal lawsuit against Yale, M.I.T. and other colleges is the latest legal action to question admissions practices.
After almost two years of remote schooling, restricted gatherings and constant testing, many students are isolated and depressed. Omicron may make things worse.
The only Division I league to not play football last season because of the pandemic, the Ivy League endured an unusual journey of virus disruptions in its return.
The Ivy League school said it was dismissing allegations that students had looked up online course materials during remote exams.
The university accused 17 students of cheating on remote exams, raising questions about data mining and sowing mistrust on campus.
Ai Weiwei and other artists say the investor Leon Black should step down as MoMA’s chairman amid revelations that he paid $158 million to Jeffrey Epstein.
Ana Bowens and Benjamin Schenk, who met at Dartmouth, had a pared-down guest list and ditched the reception dance floor in favor of contests and talent shows.
Craig McFarland, the valedictorian of his high school in Jacksonville, Fla., received acceptance letters from 17 colleges and universities in all.