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Sierra Club Ranks America's Greenest Schools
Intercollegiate rivalry isn't all about the academics anymore. It's also about eco-friendliness, says the Sierra Club.
UNC Allows Students to Exclude Abortion Coverage From Health Care Plan
At the urgings of a student pro-life group, UNC now gives students the choice to exclude abortion coverage from their student health...
High School Students Shed Light on New York City's Failure to Enforce Environmental Law
A group of high schoolers investigate buses and cars idling longer than legally permitted.
Canadian Students Work to Increase Sustainability in Rural Communities
One Canadian university is sending students to help green small rural communities in Alberta.
How To Make Textbooks More Affordable
College students currently spend an average of $900 a year on textbooks—a number that has increased at four times the rate of...
France Tries to Diversify Higher Education
The US and French systems are vastly differrent, but if we're any example, the French have got their work cut out for them.
Leading Cornell Doctor Performing Genital Cutting
Who’d have thought a celebrated Ivy League medical center would be practicing genital cutting on small children?
If Elizabeth Warren Were Running for President, This Would Be Her Agenda
The New Thought Police
How NBC Knowingly Let Syria Rebels’ False War Propaganda Stand For Years
Vietnam in the Battlefield of Memory
Islamophobia Is a Joke
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