The chain says it will start testing the menu July 25 at about 40 locations in Dayton, Ohio.
Robert Dion can't get enough C-SPAN. Unlike many of the college students he teaches at the University of Evansville, Dion lingers on the nonprofit cable news network when he flips through channels.
The CHE's Indiana College Readiness Report, which was released this spring, shows that 2011 Indiana public high school graduates who chose to attend college chose the community college by a 2-to-1 margin over any other public institution of higher education.
After years of deep budget cuts, several states are poised to boost higher education funding, often in exchange for a promise by public colleges and universities to freeze tuition.
After years of deep budget cuts, several states are poised to boost higher education funding this year, often in exchange for a promise by public colleges and universities to freeze tuition.
After a century of inspiring Purdue University leaders, a well-protected Bible has taken its rightful place in the annals of Boilermaker history.
More than 200 Greater Lafayette residents, Purdue University employees, international students and business leaders came to downtown Lafayette science center Imagination Station on Monday to enjoy free food and get a chance to meet University president Mitch Daniels.
Hours before takeoff, and in her wheelchair, Deirdre Dacey approached a small white plane parked outside a Purdue University Airport hangar to complete a preflight inspection.
After four years of altering grades using credentials gained with keylogger equipment installed on professors' keyboards, three Purdue University students were finally busted when one of those professors complained that one of his passwords mysteriously changed.
Low graduation rates and meager earnings plague the population of teen moms, a variety of research has found.
With the Obama administration's recent announcement of providing arms to the opposition fighters in Syria,questions have arisen about what the U.S. role is to be in that country's civil war and how far the president will go.
For now at least, Harry Potter's cloak of invisibility remains a fantasy. But scientists have been working for several years on ways of rendering objects invisible.
Funny man Jim Gaffigan is best known for his observations on fast food and laziness.
In the summer, when students are gone, life on Purdue University's campus slows.
Turning Mayor John Dennis' plans to annex West Lafayette into reality means that a host of details between Purdue University and the city need to be hashed out.