Professor says protesters ‘will make matters very unpleasant for you and for me if you come.’
Aided and abetted by helicopter parents, some students are turning to federal courts to resolve roommate disputes.
Racy texts, photos, and videos 'most likely to occur within a committed relationship,' says social scientist.
R.I.P. Gene Wilder.
A new government report reveals that literacy and numeracy are plummeting in the land that gave us Shakespeare, Milton, and Austen.
Here's some advice on a starting point.
What critics attacking the remake of 'Ben-Hur' are missing.
A new poll suggests Americans answer that question differently than America’s Founders would have. Who’s right?
“There was no hashtag. No public outcry. Not even prayers.”
'I am Spartacus' thread on Mumsnet blows up after some users reportedly were banned for "transphobia."
There is a reason why large companies send millions of dollars to the Clintons and other top politicians in both major parties.
The 49ers’ quarterback, who says police are targeting people of color, might benefit from seeing things from police officers’ perspectives.
Would we have healthier and happier children if we focused on instilling more basic skills such as knitting, cooking, and other handicrafts?
It took less than a week into the 2016-2017 academic year for several outrageous stories to surface on college campuses.
Music training during childhood, even for a period as brief as two years, can accelerate brain development and sound processing.
The president said institutions of learning should be places where ideas "collide, and people are having arguments."
Students can apply to receive one, 2-hour time period every 7 days.
Psychologist: 'Data shows that it is very hard for people not to be prejudiced towards people they disagree with, however open they might be.'
Ever wonder what your life would be like if you suddenly dropped some of the habits that you do regularly?
Turns out there are a lot of positive benefits to playing Pokémon Go. Who knew?
Properly digested, failure can be a medicine against one of humanity's great foibles.
Why do Americans continue to have such confidence in their local schools?
Is this what's actually going on?
When it comes to Western civilization, we have reached a moment of decision.
‘That is so ridiculous, man. People are people. People need to let all that go.’
Penn State University Harrisburg will dedicate a $30 million student center this fall after slashing its political science department.
Margaret Mead’s 'Coming of Age in Samoa' is a cautionary tale of the consequences of agenda-driven social science.
A powerful clip.