A war correspondent profiles an Army cadet unit at the University of South Carolina.
First-year students are talking politics and becoming less moderate in their views, an annual survey finds.
State by state, leaders consider the thorny question of whether students living there illegally should pay in-state fees.
U. of Southern California's decisive response to sit-in raises questions about how officials deal with disruptive student tactics.
Presidential candidates start offering specific plans, especially on student loans, and groups seek more attention for education issues.
Immigration reform package would offer path toward permanent legal status to college students lacking residency rights in U.S.
As campaign gears up, agency guides colleges and other nonprofits on avoiding inappropriate interaction with candidates and voters.
U. of New Hampshire establishes network to change tenor of national discourse -- and improve campus decision making.
Clinton focuses on college preparation and outreach for disadvantaged; Edwards proposes savings plans.
Group looks to use education, not pop culture, to get young people excited about voting in '08 -- and to make sure they can.
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