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Your Money: How Taking a Gap Year Can Shape Your Life

Your Money: How Taking a Gap Year Can Shape Your Life

Top row, left: Masa Kenney, who served in the United States Army during Operation Desert Storm; right: Geoff Noer in the Faroe Islands. Middle row, left: Tim Holtan in Vietnam; right: Corey Flournoy,
Faculty Members at 14 State Universities in Pennsylvania Go on Strike

Faculty Members at 14 State Universities in Pennsylvania Go on Strike

Bloomsburg University in central Pennsylvania is one of the 14 schools affected by a faculty strike that began on Wednesday.
Faculty Members at 14 State Universities in Pennsylvania Go on Strike

Faculty Members at 14 State Universities in Pennsylvania Go on Strike

Bloomsburg University in central Pennsylvania is one of the 14 schools affected by a faculty strike that began on Wednesday.

Your Money Adviser: Understanding the Terms of Your Student Loans

A new report finds that students aren’t borrowing the federal limit before seeking private or state loans, which tend to have costlier terms.
Common Sense: How Much Graduates Earn Drives More College Rankings

Common Sense: How Much Graduates Earn Drives More College Rankings

Juggle the ratings in the right way, factoring in a graduate’s future salaries and job satisfaction, and Claremont McKenna College in California comes out on top.
Common Sense: How Much Graduates Earn Drives More College Rankings

Common Sense: How Much Graduates Earn Drives More College Rankings

U.S. News ranks Wellesley College No. 3 among national liberal arts colleges, but it falls to No. 201 on PayScale’s ranking.
William G. Bowen, Princeton Educator Who Championed Poor and Minority Students, Dies at 83

William G. Bowen, Princeton Educator Who Championed Poor and Minority Students, Dies at 83

William G. Bowen, right, the former president of Princeton, and Derek Bok, the former president of Harvard, co-wrote a book about affirmative action and higher education, “The Shape of the River:
Faculty Members at State Universities in Pennsylvania End 3-Day Strike

Faculty Members at State Universities in Pennsylvania End 3-Day Strike

Chuck Shorten, left, and Brent Thompson, both faculty members at West Chester University, picketed in West Chester, Pa., on Wednesday.
Harvard Reaches Tentative Agreement to End Cafeteria Workers’ Strike

Harvard Reaches Tentative Agreement to End Cafeteria Workers’ Strike

Employees at Harvard University’s cafeteria have been on strike for close to three weeks and could return to work on Thursday.
Harvard Reaches Tentative Agreement to End Cafeteria Workers’ Strike

Harvard Reaches Tentative Agreement to End Cafeteria Workers’ Strike

Employees at Harvard University’s cafeteria have been on strike for close to three weeks and could return to work on Thursday.
Brigham Young Students Who Report Sexual Assault Won’t Face Honor Code Sanctions

Brigham Young Students Who Report Sexual Assault Won’t Face Honor Code Sanctions

A protester at Brigham Young University in April wearing a blue ribbon to show support for students who reported sexually assaults and were investigated by the university for violations of its honor
At Least 6 Women Accuse University of Wisconsin Student of Assault

At Least 6 Women Accuse University of Wisconsin Student of Assault

Alec Cook in court in Madison, Wis., on Thursday. He was charged with 14 felonies and one misdemeanor.
No Kegs, No Liquor: College Crackdown Targets Drinking and Sexual Assault

No Kegs, No Liquor: College Crackdown Targets Drinking and Sexual Assault

Empty drinks at Kilroy’s on Kirkwood, one of the most popular college bars in the country, in Bloomington, Ind.
Life Beyond Bars: One Man’s Journey From Prison to College

Life Beyond Bars: One Man’s Journey From Prison to College

Juan Echevarria, a former inmate who is pursuing a college degree, on his mother’s couch, where he sometimes has to sleep.
Reader Forum: Why Does Education Translate to Less Support for Donald Trump?

Reader Forum: Why Does Education Translate to Less Support for Donald Trump?

Students at Saint Anselm College watched Hillary Clinton make remarks with Senator Elizabeth Warren last week during a rally in Manchester, N.H. College-educated women have been a big source of
Plight of the Public U: How the University of Alabama Became a National Player

Plight of the Public U: How the University of Alabama Became a National Player

Dee McGraw-Hickey, a University of Alabama recruiter, speaks to prospective students in Suffolk County, N.Y. Freshman applications rose 80 percent from 2010 to 2015.
Putting Sugary Soda Out of Reach

Putting Sugary Soda Out of Reach

Checking out at a Subway on the University of California, San Francisco, campus, where the sale of sugary beverages has been banned.