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The world’s first "Kimposium" will explore what the fascination with the television family tells us about modern society.
Leading GOP candidate in Iowa presidential race explains how he would have Education Department prevent "indoctrination," and cites the "stomping on Jesus" case as an example.
In Singapore, students are attracted to an approach beyond professional training.
Author discusses new book on the intersection of physical place, history and literature.
Sacramento State finds no wrongdoing by professor who was accused of insulting a Native American student, nor by the student who challenged what the professor said about genocide.
Study agrees with conventional wisdom that they earn less majors in other fields, but challenges idea that they gain little (financially) from their degrees.
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