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The Demacio Bailey Murder Case: Living and Dying in South Chicago

18 minutes agoNews / Crime : Jim Fisher True Crime

Johnson College Prep, a charter school on Chicago's South Side, a place of learning and hope for students preparing for higher education, exists amid ignorance and violent crime in Englewood, one of the city's worst neighborhoods. Parents...Show More Summary

What’s the Difference Between Growth and Local Development?

By Teresa Irene Gonzales In my Community (Economic) Development course, students are often confused by the differences between economic growth, local economic development, and community economic development. Because these terms help to explain similar process of development, they can seem...

The death of 9-5: millennials and flexible work schedule

If you ask college students today about their career plans, many will probably tell you that they want a job with flexible work hours. They will add that that’s because it will allow them to work at night, when their brains are sharpest. Show More Summary

The World's Top Grad Schools Come Together In NYC This Sunday!

For students and young professionals interested in pursuing a global education and kick-starting an international career, this is the perfect event to gain access to information and hear first-hand about these opportunities from the experts. [ more › ]

Guns In The Context Of The Progressive Project

David Codrea: Here’s the thing about Virginia Tech that some of us commenting at the time attempted to publicize: Nine months before the shootings, graduate student Bradford B. Wiles wrote a letter to The Roanoke Times in response to a campus manhunt for a murder suspect. Rules against having guns are always designed for the moral […]

Meet The New York City High School Students Organizing Against Trump

Yesterday's march provided plenty of opportunities to see woke children. But what do these kids grow up to be? It's not always the case, but at least some of them might grow up to be the kinds of high school kids who call Congress and...Show More Summary

Google, Lawsuits, and the Importance of Good Documentation

This week, the Mississippi Attorney General sued Google, claiming that Google is mining student data. In this post, I'll share some general, personal thoughts, and some recommendations for Google. To start, it's worth watching a statement...Show More Summary

Washington University now offers a course on Kanye West

13 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

There is a brand new course for students to take at St. Louis's Washington University. It's called the "Politics of Kanye West: Black Genius and Sonic Aesthetics." To date, 75 students have registered for the class. According to the professor, Dr. Show More Summary

After the Bomb: 16 Amazing Vintage Photographs That Show Japan’s Rebirth From the Rubble

The second world war left Japan scarred and broken. A new show charts its recovery in the decades after Hiroshima, as street urchins gave way to student protests and modernity. These amazing photographs were taken by Japanese photographer...Show More Summary

How a small high school learned to challenge every student

It began with naming an International Baccalaureate coordinator who had never taught an IB class.

Governor aims to pioneer free tuition for all

Gov. Gina Raimondo is pushing to make Rhode Island the first state to guarantee free access for every college student.

'Bones' Episode 12.5 Photos: Who Killed a Tutor of Privileged Students?

Apparently tutoring can be dangerous, as the case in Bones' "The Tutor in the Tussle" sees the team figuring out who killed a tutor. According to FOX, "When a tutor of privileged students turns up dead, the team sorts through all the possible perpetrators, from disgruntled parents to the tutor's roommate with a criminal record. Show More Summary

No more nerds, sex bombs: Female animators draw away clichés

[...] nearly three-quarters of CalArts' more than 250 animation students are women, and there's a new goal: ensure that when they land jobs, they get to draw female characters reflective of the real world and not just the nerds, sexShow More Summary

At Women’s March, Jesse Jackson Claims ‘Right To Vote Is Threatened’

Civil rights leader Jesse Jackson has seen his share of civil unrest. The 75-year-old minister has spent the majority of his life working within civil rights movements, starting when he was a college student in the 1960s. Jackson, who worked closely with Martin Luther King, Jr., has gained fame speaking for those he believes to... Show More Summary

Quantifying uncertainty in identification assumptions—this is important!

Luis Guirola writes: I’m a poli sci student currently working on methods. I’ve seen you sometimes address questions in your blog, so here is one in case you wanted. I recently read some of Chuck Manski book “Identification for decision and prediction”. Show More Summary

Narva XVII International Student Research Conference 2017

Dates: April 20–22, 2017 Call for abstracts deadline: March 1, 2017 | Submit here Eligibility: bachelor’s or master’s student and having their own research, either as a thesis or a work in progress Location: Narva, Estonia Narva XVII...Show More Summary

The Designs of Black Architect Julian Abele

'The blue prints and drawings for many of Duke University's earliest buildings were on a rare display for the public on January 12, 2017. The showcase gave Duke students, faculty, staff and community members a chance to explore the work of Julian Abele, who was the African-American architect who designed the majority of Duke's campus.' -- +Duke University

John Quincy Adams Prepped for College

When John Quincy Adams prepared to enter Harvard College, he was not a typical college student.At eighteen, he was older than most undergraduates in that period. He had already studied some subjects at the University of Leiden in Holland. Show More Summary

Peter's Choice

This past October, I taught a weeklong seminar on the history of conservatism to honors students from around the state of Oklahoma. In five long days, my nine very engaged students and I got to know each other fairly well. Six were African American women. Show More Summary

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