Former UNC athlete Michael McAdoo is suing the university for allegedly depriving him of a quality education, which it promised when he signed. This first big lawsuit coming out of the UNC scandal promises to raise some big questions for higher education.
President Obama sprung right back in campaign mode Thursday, August 22 with a barnstorming bus trip across upstate New York to endorse his plan to tackle the increasing costs of higher education.
Paypal co-founder Peter Thiel is paying 20 of the brightest minds to drop out of college. He selected 24 students under the age of 20 to receive $100,000 to get business ideas off the ground instead of sitting in a classroom.
TTC Adam Giambrone supports post-secondary students being allowed to use the student Metropass. That would be a small saving for the students. Currently the student pass is $91.25 compared to the adult pass($109).
In 1990 health officials started giving children a second booster of the vaccine to prevent mumps. There's concern now that another booster is actually needed after the outbreak at college in the U.S. in 2006.
College students have been spiking their energy drinks just like the star do. The practice has been a Hollywood fad for some time now. But is it safe? Not so much, according to researchers at Wake Forest university School of Medicine.
Of the 26 people arrested in Boston, seven teens were charged with disorderly conduct following the Red Sox seventh game win on Sunday night. They were given an interesting homework assignment by the Judge.
Microsoft is giving advice to college students who want to have its Office Suite 2007 but don’t want to pay too much for it, “Steal it”. Microsoft wants to lure more students to buy legal versions for a smaller price instead of paying full price.
Many students cannot identify correctly the country of origin of many popular brands. According to Anderson Analytics, fifty three percent of students thought Finnish cell phone company Nokia originated from Japan.