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Being biracial in America

But as he was revolutionizing meals for Los Angeles Unified School District students, prosecutors allege ... overenrollment was unusual but hardly unheard of on the nation’s college campuses. Experts ... read more

Socialists and the struggle to end racism

Simultaneous surveys by the Pew Research Center and Washington Post/ABC News found that ... The first leaders of the anti-Vietnam War struggle on college campuses were trained by their experiences in ... read more

Pew report: Record numbers of Latinos in U.S. colleges, public schools

The number of 18- to 24-year-old Latinos in college topped 2 million in 2011, accounting for 16.5% of all enrollments, according to a report by the Pew Hispanic Center ... campuses, and they show what ... read more

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Classical Mythology Too Triggering for Columbia Students

Whether or not it's something today's students should spend time on may be up for debate, but I think most people can understand ... feel uncomfortable with certain material seems a strange reason to ... read more


UC Berkeley Israel group wants to ban imaginary word rhyming with intifada as ‘triggering, terrifying’

Claremont Students for Israel, which is sponsored by the pro-Israel group CAMERA, called the hashtag “unacceptable beyond all recognition.” Hasbara Fellowships, which flies US college students to Isra... read more

Food guru who brought healthier meals to L.A. schools charged with mishandling district funds

But as he was revolutionizing meals for Los Angeles Unified School District students, prosecutors allege ... overenrollment was unusual but hardly unheard of on the nation’s college campuses. Experts ... read more

Chemistry Nobel for using evolution to create new proteins

In other Nobel prizes this year, the medicine prize went Monday to James Allison of the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and Tasuku Honjo of ... France shared the physics prize Tuesday ... read more

The Power of Podcasting

“Once I offered the podcasts, class time stopped being so one-way,” says Gaugler, an assistant professor at Marist College ... students even used the iPods as signal generators in some courses. This a... read more

Towards a More Just Society?

Today, people of color are targeted by law enforcement for relatively minor, nonviolent, often drug-related offenses - the types of crimes that occur all the time on college campuses, where drug use i... read more

This 78-Year-Old Grandmother Can Dead Lift 225 Pounds

Shirley Webb, a 78-year-old grandmother from East Alton, Illinois, calls the gym she hits up several times a week her "second home." read more

Support Reason: We Don't Just "Engage the Culture," We're Creating the Culture!

Indeed, Reason itself was founded in 1968 by a Boston University student named Lanny Friedlander who took ... and the little-understood Internet and World Wide Web were revolutionizing every aspect of ... read more

Sex slavery: A family business

When Marius Nejloveanu was sent to jail in January for 21 years, it was the longest sentence anyone had faced in Britain for human trafficking. Bogdan Nejloveanu, 51, left, and his son Marius were fou... read more



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