So, they serve lunch on golden platters, right?
Finally, retroactive justification for all those boring meetings.
Lunchtime in L.A. just got a little less tasty.
Call it an exercise in brevity.
In a win for immigrants rights groups, on Monday the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a California law that grants in-state tuition for illegal immigrants.
As everyone who has seen Pretty Woman knows, when attending a polo match, the proper attire includes a hat.
Kids, step away from the scalpels.
In an apparent hunt for the next Mark Zuckerberg or Bill Gates (both famously college dropouts), Peter Thiel, the co-founder of PayPal, will pay 24 college-aged students $100,000 to not attend college for two years. Instead, the …
A Pew Research Center report titled “Is College Worth It?” released Sunday shows a majority of Americans think colleges fail to deliver enough bang for their buck.
The Wall Street Journal‘s Number of the Week this week is $22,900 — the average debt among college students in the class of 2011.
On Monday, the Texas Senate approved a bill that, if passed, would allow those with concealed handgun licenses to carry weapons in public college buildings and classrooms.
The five teenagers accused of carrying out a “three month campaign” of bullying that resulted in Phoebe Prince’s suicide last year have been sentenced. Three of the teens received probation and community service sentences, while …