Seven Harvard University students have filed a lawsuit asking a judge to force the university’s governing body to divest from fossil fuel companies.
A church near the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth campus is opening a food pantry to assist an increasing number of students who choose to pay tuition rather than buy food.
A new report has found that a disproportionate number of minorities and students with disabilities are being punished by Massachusetts public schools, and in many cases the punishments are for minor infractions.
The federal suits allege Harvard and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill rely on race-based affirmative action policies that impact admissions of high-achieving white and Asian American students.
Boston Children’s Museum has launched a new app designed to help youngsters learn more about Asian cultures.
Officials at Emerson College are warning that those responsible for a series of swastikas scrawled on a campus building could face disciplinary action including termination or dismissal.
With the help of TV host Bill O’Reilly and local car-dealership magnate Ernie Boch, Jr., Boston University’s student-run newspaper says it has raised enough money to cover its debts.
Faculty and students are criticizing Harvard University for secretly photographing about 2,000 students in 10 lecture halls last spring as part of a study on classroom attendance.
A Moroccan man living in Connecticut who told people he wanted to fly bombs on remote-controlled planes into a federal building in Hartford and Harvard University was sentenced to two years in prison, followed by deportation.