The Wall Street Journal recently analyzed student test results that showed many seniors only had basic critical thinking skills.
The 23-year-old toured Harvard, Columbia and NYU, but she's reportedly headed to Georgetown.
The list of signatories includes professors from elite colleges and at least 40 Nobel laureates.
Academics are wrong to worry that giving students more input will lead to "dumbing down."
The outgoing first lady tells American students that “anything is possible” with a lot of hard work and education.
Students reject tuition increases and demand free education.
They challenge findings by study-abroad industry insiders that claim American students are safer abroad than on their home campuses.
The president criticized Donald Trump without speaking the presumptive Republican presidential nominee’s name.
A survey shows that nearly 1 in 10 freshmen expects to protest, and more are identifying as liberal.
Addressing students' perceptions about alcohol and sex could help limit assault on campus, the researchers say.
BetterMakeRoom.org will be a platform for students to find information about applying to college.
A failure to test basic skills, such as writing and critical thinking, encourages widespread dumbness.
Educational excellence cannot be measured by the size of the wallets supporting it.
The school is in lockdown and the suspect is at large, officials confirmed.
Beginning next year, students can apply starting in October instead of January.