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Harvard Tests Limits of Free Speech with Provocative Speakers

As students protest "odious" speakers, Harvard’s free speech club says it wants to encourage free speech from all ideological viewpoints.

MIT Tata Center searches for solutions to India′s air pollution crisis

The Tata Center offers several courses as a part of MIT's catalog with particular applicability to engineering skills for the developing world

How Education Took Filipina Raised in Slums to President of US University

Dr Astrid S Tuminez drives Utah Valley University’s dual mission as both a university and community college where 77% of the students work.

University of Virginia limps back to normalcy

Students stand united against hate days after white supremacists marched through their campus and Charlottesville erupted in violence.

Wharton’s Serguei Netessine on How the PhD Program Makes Talent Flow into Academia

It costs Wharton about $400,000 to educate one PhD student, because students don't pay tuition and they get generous stipends.

Five Key Drivers Fueling the Rise of new IBM CEO Arvind Krishna

The India-educated executive’s meteoric rise is a tribute to the US meritocratic culture and his brilliance as a technologist.

Slam poet Anis Mojgani celebrates the art of verse with students in India

The celebrated American poet exhorts students to be fearless in risk taking and follow their heart.

Thinking of studying in the US? Make the best of your summer now

This is the first of a 12-part series on applying for undergraduate studies to US schools and colleges. The series is published on the first Friday of every month.

Student Speak: Why applying Early Decision worked brilliantly for me

Are you confused about when to apply to US Universities? Don’t worry, we have a successful applicant unscrambling the jargon around ED, EA and RD for you.

How international students can get a nursing degree to tap into lucrative gigs in the US

Strong demand for nurses, the job’s relatively high pay, and low-risk of automation are all compelling incentives to pursue a nursing career.

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