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VCU Will Guarantee Admission to Eligible Students

Virginia Commonwealth University announced Wednesday that it will guarantee admission to applicants in the top 10 percent of their high...

Red Light–Running Behavior at Intersections: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of SUNY Polytechnic Institute Week: Abolfazl Karimpour, assistant professor in the engineering department, looks...
Opinion

How to Build Stackable Credentials

Five actions states and colleges are taking.

Young man sitting on a terrace or at a cafe looks at his watch as he's writing on a notepad with his laptop open.

So Little Time, Not Enough Help With Time Management?

Students are interested in a variety of offerings for help with time management, according to the Student Voice survey on the college experience. High on the list are comprehensive syllabi, help with overall scheduling and social supports.

Protesters stand with a sign asking Cornell to remove Starbucks from campus. There is also a man with a bullhorn.

Campus Starbucks Leave Bitter Taste for Students

Once known for its progressive politics, Starbucks’s labor practices have soured its reputation in the eyes of many college students. Now some want the chain booted from campus.

Career adviser meeting female college student

Report: Young Adults From Low-Income Families Lack Career Role Models

New research from Gallup and Amazon found mentorship positively impacted young adults in their career outcomes, but professionals from low-income backgrounds were less likely to have those figures in their lives. The report offers three recommendations for potential role models.

A photo illustration of Henry Mack III

Presidential Pick Out at Broward College

The Florida college tapped a former state Education Department chancellor as acting president. The board says he has since backed out amid a breakdown in contract negotiations.

White row houses in Germany on the street level. A castle lit up at night is behind and on a hill.

Computing Pioneers Profoundly Disagree on AI Risk

Mingling with young researchers last month in Germany, luminaries in computer science debated AI’s potential impact on the future of humanity.