HuffPost and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health hosted a discussion on how universities can better support students of color.
A judge has sentenced Felicity Huffman to 14 days in prison for her role in “Operation Varsity Blues.”
Tennessee state Sen. Kerry Roberts denounced colleges and universities as a “liberal breeding ground” during his radio show last week.
"For the first time ever, recent college graduates are more likely unemployed than the base US population."
"Big Papi" David Ortiz also got emotional watching his kid fly the nest.
As a counselor, I know firsthand how important it is to know about the mental health services on your child's campus.
In "Second Assault," a short film exclusively premiered by HuffPost, Jillian Corsie and Amy Rosner confront the system that failed Corsie, years after her assault.
Dr. Samuel Stanley Jr., the former president of Stony Brook, will be the fourth person to lead the school since Lou Anna K. Simon stepped down last year.
Hazing is a dangerous, but deeply-embedded part of fraternity life. But following the tragic hazing deaths of students like Penn State’s Tim Piazza, states are finally beginning to change their laws against it.
“Fraternities and sororities will no longer exist at the College,” President Valerie Smith announced Friday.
These majors lead to jobs, according to a new survey.
A shooting at the University Of North Carolina at Charlotte has left two dead.
College is expensive and jobs pay less than they used to. It isn’t that hard.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has proposed a plan that would tax the wealthy to help rid students of debt.
The housing crisis is alive and well, even at an elite institution like the University of Southern California.
A majority of Taylor University faculty members oppose the invitation, an adjunct professor said.
Georgetown University students voted in favor of funding reparations to the descendants of slaves in the form of a student fee.
Aunt Becky faces a hefty prison sentence after turning down a plea deal because she mistakenly thought prosecutors were “bluffing” about her potential punishment.
Factor these things into your college decision.
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