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Students and professors continue to rail against Alvaro Uribe's human rights record as president and his hiring at the Jesuit school.
A new report issued by Save The Children notes that the young people who were thrown into turmoil by Hurricane Katrina are still at risk in the event of a natural disaster.
Here are two media figures, one elected official and two political leaders rising fast, though all are under 26. If you haven't heard of them yet, you soon may.
Amid rising concern over college debt, an increasingly popular group of websites is connecting students directly with donors who want to help decrease their tuition burden.
The Hawkeye State, which has been hit hard with manufacturing losses, has found new promise in the business of harnessing a most plentiful natural resource.
While higher education does not guarantee social mobility, there is clearly untapped potential in Colombia's young people and their capacity to help the country shift away from rule by a small elite class.
On August 3, voters in Missouri will get to cast the first public vote on Obama's health care bill. The decision -- however it falls -- could have deep impact on elections this November, and even 2012.
Glenn Beck's new education platform has made its debut. You might learn something about what's been left out of the history books.
"For profit schools are an important part of the mix of post-secondary institutions," Sen. Tom Harkin said. "[But] this data begs for oversight of this industry, which will begin . . . today."
In places like Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, the battle against the ruling Han Chinese is on to keep ancestral culture intact.
Ghana is Africa's only remaining team in the World Cup, and the Black Stars -- as the team is known -- are a source of hope and excitement for an entire continent.
People ask me all the time how I liked India. I tell them I loved traveling by rickshaw, but I never mentioned my frustration with the "don't-question-The-Man" mentality and the lax attitude toward lies and corruption.
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