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Many students enter college unsure of what they want to be when they grow up, writes Rich Barlow. Liberal arts let them explore various fields and options.
"Efforts to restrict which federal agencies a faculty member can approach for research funding are antithetical to academic freedom," a university spokeswoman said.
Trap shooting teams gradually fell out of favor in New York's North Country amid the push for stricter gun laws. But now, the sport is coming back.
In 2015, a state commission found that Massachusetts public schools don't have the money they need to educate all their students. This summer, lawmakers are trying to confront those shortfalls....
What would it be like to experience the months of the year--out of order? Joshua Rush ("Andi Mack") and Ailsa Chang (NPR) co-star in this story which has its origins...
Northeastern University is facing backlash from students, alumni and community members because of its $7.8 million research contract with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also known as ICE.
The former president of now-closed Mount Ida College blames the school's shutdown on a last-minute change of terms in the planned merger with Lasell College.
A librarian in Oakland, California, has created a guide to children's books about law enforcement.
LeBron James was born and raised in Akron, Ohio, and brought Cleveland an NBA title in 2016. But for Akron-resident Emily Ross, LeBron's legacy goes far beyond basketball.
We look at the major headlines and news stories of the past week.
Natasha Warikoo, an associate professor of education at Harvard, breaks down what the effects of Trump administration's decision may be for colleges and universities.
Evergreen State's Tacoma Program stands out among other programs that cater to students returning for their bachelor's degree.
A group of Massachusetts 11th-graders spent the school year collecting documents and artifacts, including an early 20th century precursor of a hearing aid.
Sela Ward ("Graves," "Independence Day") stars in a traditional English tale about a woman who can't seem to find home sweet home.
Despite the unanimous vote, a number of community members expressed concerns over the selection process.
By a unanimous vote Monday night, the Boston School Committee made Laura Perille, head of the education nonprofit EdVestors, interim superintendent.
Members of the African-American Master Artists-in-Residence Program gained access to their Jamaica Plain studios on Monday morning, after they said the university locked them out over the weekend.
Meghna Chakrabarti discusses her recent interview with Lawrence Bacow.
Harvard University’s 29th president, Larry Bacow, shares his vision and values for the institution and weighs in on the pending discrimination lawsuit.
A letter, delivered on Thursday, cites building code violations including lights and movement after hours in a space not intended for residential use, and dividing walls made of flammable materials.