Three huge archives in Los Angeles and San Francisco echo with the voices of victims in photos, letters and journals available to scholars studying the human impact of the epidemic
Colleges are doing more to ensure that students know how to deal with safety issues
In the aftermath of the shooting massacre at Virginia Tech in April, many colleges and universities are forcefully tackling issues of security and mental health during summer orientation seminars and greet-the-frosh gatherings with parents and new students before regular classes begin. Some are...
Some colleges have had their fill of 'throwaways,' give them to charity
Researchers use the technology to try to treat post-traumatic stress disorder
$100,000 Purpose Prizes reward over-60 set for not slowing down
Scholastic Aptitude Test scores of high school seniors fell to a record low this year in verbal skills while scores on the mathematics section declined for the first time since 1980, the College Board announced yesterday. Officials warned that the test scores showed a disturbing gap in education...