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Yale offering course on New York City nightlife

Move over Stefon. There's a new breed of nightlife gurus with intel on the hottest nightclubs, and they've got Ivy League degrees, the Huffington Post reports. …

Quietly, Google puts history online

When the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, home to the Dead Sea Scrolls, reopened last year after an extensive renovation, it attracted a million visitors in the first 12 months, the…

America’s ‘brain drain’: Best and brightest college grads head for Wall Street

For employers in need of fresh talent, there are few better places to go than the Stanford University career center, where intelligent, over-achieving, creative and ambitious students stop by on…

GWU students can keep credits from untaught classes

George Washington University students who received “A” grades in two courses that were never taught will be refunded their money and allowed to keep their class credits, according to a…

George Washington University professor didn’t teach class, gave everyone A’s

A George Washington University medical school professor has resigned after students complained that she never taught a required class and assigned all her students an “A’’ grade, the Associated Press…

Why science majors change their mind

Politicians and educators have been wringing their hands for years over test scores showing American students falling behind their counterparts in Slovenia and Singapore, the New York Times reports.…

Four ways to teach students to write

Every summer for the past decade, we have conducted a writing program for college-bound, low-income minority students, say William G. Tierney, professor of higher education and director of the Center…

Want to earn more money? Study STEM.

My colleague Peter Whoriskey, a math major, made a big splash last spring with a story that cited groundbreaking research by Georgetown University economist Anthony Carnevale. He showed that STEM…

In college, working hard to learn high school material

In June, Desiree Smith was graduated from Murry Bergtraum High. Her grades were in the 90s, she said, and she had passed the four state Regents exams. Since enrolling last…

The rising value of a science degree

If you’re trying to figure out what to study in college, a new report suggests you would do well choosing a major in science, technology, engineering or math, the New…

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