1 hr ago | Daily Kos
In a New York Times story on just how thoroughly corrupt and self-absorbed our nation's elites have become, is this entry on my alma mater: The house, which is owned by John Sexton, the president of New York University, was bought with a $600,000 loan from an N.Y.U. foundation that eventually grew to be $1 million, according to Suffolk County land ... (more)
3 hrs ago | BBC News
In much of the UK many young people have no prospect of getting on the property ladder so how can they prepare for decades of renting? They rent when young, when it seems a rite of passage.
4 hrs ago | Dalton Daily Citizen
A Dalton woman who hopes to attend Harvard Law School is one of about 20 students selected to participate in a summer program at the school.
Its most interesting feature, however, is not architectural, but financial. The house, which is owned by John Sexton, the president of New York University, was bought with a $600,000 loan from an N.Y.U. foundation that eventually grew to be $1 million, according to Suffolk County land records.
New York University has loaned millions of dollars to select faculty and administrators for them to buy vacation homes, an unprecedented compensation deal critics say is excessive.
New York University loaned its school president John Sexton $1,000,000 to finance his lavish vacation home on Fire Island , according to a report from The New York Times.
Integrity in academia touches - among other things - on the respect for research participants, the proper use of public funds, the acknowledgement of peer collaborations as well as responsible communication of collected data and potential conflicts of interest.
Mixed-race people are more likely to be considered black by conservatives, who are subconsciously attempting to "justify racial divisions," said the authors of a new government-funded study.
Far from resisting the exploitation of their students, colleges have made academic credit a commodity.
Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez has named seven senior staff members with extensive experience in consumer protection and antitrust law.
Lawrence J. DeNardis, Ph.D, president emeritus and distinguished professor of political science at the University of New Haven will be the speaker at this year's Annual Meeting.
Three recent graduates of Lake Oswego schools will attend New York University's newest campus in Shanghai in the fall.
It was a Saturday night at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, and the second-floor auditorium held an odd mix of gray-haired, cerebral Upper East Side types and young, scruffy downtown grad students in black denim.
Sashika Gunawardana, who graduated from NYU in 2012, has monthly payments from student loans that total $1,000, leaving her with little leftover to save for graduate school, or to even visit family in California.
He has been active in sports and other clubs, and is one of the top five students in the Class of 2013-and Bridgewater-Raritan High School senior Mayank Kapoor is now preparing to deliver the student speech at Thursday's graduation.