Vice is alive and well in the dorm. Now a group originating at Harvard Law School seeks to bring it into the teaching realm. Is poker a winning academic bet?
Study finds faculty can do more than teach well (think chocolate) to improve their score on student evaluations.
Should colleges accept that classrooms will be empty today -- or try to keep students from starting Thanksgiving too early?
Vandalism or clarion call? The University of California at Santa Barbara discovers a postmodern surprise all over campus after Thanksgiving break.
Hoping to expose more people to campus and build up their donor base, colleges offer short academic programs for grandparents and their grandkids.
Maharishi U. is reconstructing its entire physical plant in line with the "nourishing" principles of Vedic architecture.
A Microsoft executive who had given up on plans for an academic career is chosen to lead Lawrence University's Conservatory of Music.
Some Brown University mathematics professors were confused and dismayed this month to learn that the university planned to admit 20 percent of its next freshman class completely at random -- by putting names in a hat and drawing them out.
Southern Illinois professor who felt slighted by state's judgment that he finished a mandatory test too quickly says he feels vindicated by settlement.
College access advertising campaign aims to encourage 8th through 10th graders to take on biology, foreign languages and algebra II.
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