At first sight, someone could mistake the college-age women wearing pink skirts adorned with white elephants and handing out flyers at the Conservation Political Action Conference as a sorority.
Have you ever convinced yourself that you’re going to get fired because you think you don’t deserve to be in your job? “The only reason I got this gig is because I got lucky,” you might think.
A Clemson University Ph.D. candidate decided to forgo a traditional dissertation for a more creative platform: a 34-track rap album.
A.D. Carson wanted to use hip-hop and spoken word to explore the areas of identity, justice economics, citizenship and language for his rhetorics, communication and information design program.
Along with students and alumni, the citizens of Rensselaer, Indiana, expressed shock last week when St. Joseph's College announced that it would close at the end of the academic year. The small, private Catholic college was founded 128 years ago and was a fixture - and major employer -- in the town.
Sixty-year-old Pamela Last doesn't have a college degree -- but she has roughly $200,000 in student debt. Like a growing number of parents, Last took out federal parent PLUS loans to help her now-26-year-old daughter, Reannan, pay for school at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
This shows you should never take higher learning for granted.
On her show Thursday, Ellen DeGeneres surprised an entire high school senior class of students from Brooklyn, New York City, with college scholarships provided by Walmart.
Viral hashtag challenges are the internet’s thing. They usually involve people dancing or freestyling, but a new challenge urges folks to pay homage to black history.
Students at colleges across the country have been using their creativity to celebrate black history with the #BlackHistoryDoorChallenge.
The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU)) meeting this month (February 23-25) in Phoenix announced its upcoming General Education and Assessment Conference. The focus: "Design Thinking for Student Learning.
We can be more effective in our arguments about the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 and the Japanese American internment during World War II.
I have a personal perspective. I teach argument. Specifically, I teach legal argument.
Getting healthy and fit for your own well-being is is a huge deal regardless of who notices ― but having your weight loss journey go viral makes it extra sweet. Just ask Abrahiem Sarwar.
Despite what might have started out with good intentions, college rankings have done more harm than good.
Rankings do not do what they purport to do: provide high school students with an accurate, unbiased guide to selecting the best college fit for themselves and their budgets, and to serve as an impetus to colleges to excel and to improve their rankings.
As of 1 pm on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, Betsy DeVos is the Secretary for the Department of Education. The Senate, after holding an overnight session to discuss her fitness for Ed.
The variance and veracity of man's bowel movements after a night of drinking has been a problem that's plagued our species since the dawn of Saturday mornings. Right up there with life's most pressing questions -- Are we alone in this universe? Is there long-term, tangible meaning to all this bullshit? -- lies the question Does my butthole sting because a big poop physically ripped it open or is it so toxic that it's merely an acidic burn? Well, wonder no longer, dear readers, for The Black Sheep dares to take you on an adventure to identify the type and cause of 7 different types of DADS.