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Harvard University has dismissed a student amid allegations of 'multiple incidents of serious and persistent unwanted sexual contact,' the Harvard Crimson student newspaper reported Friday.
Earlier this week, a Harvard University administrator confirmed that the most common grade given to undergraduates at the Ivy League school is an "A," refueling speculation of grade inflation.
Gee accepted and was approved as president of West Virginia University Friday, making WVU the second school where Gee has served two terms as university leader.
At precisely 7:48 a.m., on Dec. 7, 1941, the first of 353 Japanese warplanes-complete with fighters, bombers and torpedo bombers launched from six aircraft carriers-unleashed a sudden attack against American forces at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Larry Summers is talking about it. So is Paul Krugman. So are other economists. And everyone else is talking about the folks who are talking about it.
VICTORIA, British Columbia -- -- Carmanah Technologies Corporation today announced the appointment of two new directors to the board, Jim Meekison and Terry Holland .
Almost 150 years after the North Prospect Church was moved about a mile up Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge, Lesley University moved it back about 80 feet Thursday as part of a plan for a new arts center.
Consultant for private security firms and Oakland, Calif., police, 2009-2013; commissioner of Los Angeles Police Department, 2002-2009; security consultant, 1996-2002; commissioner of New York Police Department, 1994-1996; commissioner of Boston Police Department, 1992-1993; chief of New York City Transit Police, 1990-1992; chief of police for ... (more)
It's printed on every syllabus a student receives at the beginning of a semester: Saint Louis University's "Academic Integrity Policy."
These exclusions inflate the state's test scores. They also deflate Maryland's reputation as the No.
Thomas Williams, the onetime public face of the disgraced Legion of Christ religious order who left the priesthood after admitting he fathered a child, is getting married this weekend to the child's mother, The Associated Press has learned.
The agreement aims to increase cooperation between the two institutions in areas of mutual interest.
Here are five things you need to know happening in Florida on Wednesday, December 4. Mayor-Elect Rick Kriseman at Harvard University St. Petersburg Mayor-Elect Rick Kriseman will be in Cambridge, Massachusetts beginning on Wednesday.
Less than one-third of uninsured young Americans say they are likely to sign up for health insurance in the Obamacare exchanges, according to a Harvard University Institute of Polling survey Wednesday that signals President Obama's sales pitch to a key group of his supporters is falling short.
This gentleman, waiting outside the Hilton Hotel and Suites in Indianapolis for the beginning of a 'Defund Obamacare Tour' event earlier this year, captures the sentiment of many who tell pollsters they'd rather pay a fee than enroll in Obamacare.