Meet the prophet who predicted with uncanny precision how the Great War would unfold--a decade and a half before it happened.
Not your typical university commencement address.
What drove Stalin to commit atrocities on such a grand scale? Lust for power? Blood thirst? Or an emotion even more primal?
Bowie’s family was plagued by insanity.
Does he offer some clarity in the emotional immigration debate we find ourselves in?
American students don't get math "because their elementary school teachers don't either."
A new study - and a revered expert - seem to suggest that the answer is yes.
The casualties of the first world war went beyond the loss of life.
That makes two years running. What’s the secret to their recent success?
An NYU student studying abroad said the campus she's visiting in Shanghai is more welcoming to debate and opposing ideas than NYU.
Should a student’s freedom of conscience take precedence over a teacher’s rights? (This is not a hypothetical question.)
In 16th century Japan, a man named Toyotomi Hideyoshi tried to confiscate every single sword in Japan not owned by a samurai.
The purpose of life is not worldly riches and the creature comforts they can purchase. Such trinkets can never satisfy the needs of the soul.
Will other nations take notice?
The first French edition of “Mein Kampf” was published in 1934 by an eccentric, right-wing publisher named Fernand Sorlot.
Today's men are uninterested in women who act as self-absorbed attention seekers.
Sixty-two percent of Americans believe that the immigration system is broken.
Is the trend a path to sustainability or a 'demographic time bomb'?
The Bible isn't all fire and brimstone.
An author and historian says a single characteristic is common among the many brilliant people he’s studied.
In our quest to “empower” women, have we actually constrained them more?
65% of Israeli high school students say "It's good to die for our country." Would American students say the same?
Could we be witnessing the end of the European Union?
The chaos of the world makes many individuals want to throw up their hands and go hide in a bunker until the problems pass.
A few important parts have been left out.
Is the "I'm as good as you" concept destroying American education?
Despite the potential for limited understanding, the school started teaching and performing Shakespeare and the effects were remarkable.
A 15 year-old student from Athens, Georgia made waves when he won an international Latin competition.