Stanford University, George Mason University and Cornell University are under fire by more than 3,000 students for their COVID-19 booster mandates.
The Connecticut Supreme court denied four Republican lawmakers' motion to remove a Stanford law professor appointed to help draw redistricting lines.
Boston University, the University of Notre Dame and Stanford University are among the schools requiring booster shots.
Devin Green created the program to help college students manage completing assignments, projects, and homework.
Both men were convicted of fraud and bribery conspiracy charges. In all, nearly 50 people have admitted to charges in the case.
The patches are said to be less painful than traditional needle vaccines and could possibly be self-administered.
The China Initiative was launched in 2018 with the goal of combating economic espionage, trade secret theft and technology threats associated with China.
Students graduating from these West Coast colleges proceed to earn the most money, according to analysis for Newsweek.
"'We have protected the vulnerable by vaccinating the older population,'" tweeted DeSantis, quoting anti-lockdown Stanford Professor Dr. Jay Bhattacharya.
Graduates from these U.S. universities earn the most money on average.
Two Jewish mental health professionals of Stanford University's Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) division filed federal and state complaints alleging the hostile environment for Jewish employees that was present in the devision's diversity, equity and inclusion program.
The flier contained a mock-up of a flier for a faux event featuring Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton discussing "violent insurrection."
Some say that the Tesla CEO buying into the cryptocurrency works against his company's conservation goals.
Stanford Professor David Kennedy said Hawley gave "credence to the patent falsehood that the election was 'rigged.'"
Santa Clara County (Calif.) issued a list of prohibited activities for three weeks, like contact sports. Getting pierced, tattooed and massaged indoors is ok, though.
Cut bloat, not sport.
The discussion will cover COVID-19's resurgence, highlights the path to overcoming the pandemic and answers pre-submitted queries.
The Stanford University study, which has not been peer reviewed, was carried out in California's Santa Clara county.
"If we can find a way to direct these jellyfish and also equip them with sensors...we could create a truly global ocean network," said lead Caltech researcher John Dabiri.
"The end of the day, my son has his own journey. And it is his journey, not my journey. For him to do the things that are best for him is what we teach all of our children," the NFL's all-time leading rusher said.
An expert told Newsweek: "This year's growth was slower than last year's. That's a glimmer of good news, but we need emissions to drop, not rise."
For the first time, scientists have recorded the heat rate of the biggest species of animal on Earth.
The news came unexpectedly, and as a shock, Saturday night as the 29-year-old quarterback who was once an overall top pick will call it quits.
Forests "aren't, and won't be, a substitute for the first order of business—cutting fossil fuel emissions," the co-author of the study told Newsweek.
Scientists exposed mice to radiation levels they claimed were similar to those found in deep space.
Sophomore Melissa Hernandez was handed a citation for misdemeanor battery after the on-campus incident.
Mantras like "Find your passion" make pursuing interests sound too rigid and unattainable, according to psychologists at Stanford University.
A Stanford scholar found that states with concealed carry laws actually experience increases in violent crime.