A vulgar term for the female genitalia appeared late last week on the front page of The Cornell Daily Sun. An unknown prankster inserted the profane word into the paper's final issue of the semester during an end-of-the-year party.
What time does Staples close, in case your child can't locate his TI-183 calculator the night before the SAT exam? What is the ACT?
I've heard many an excuse for hazing. It builds character. It creates unbreakable bonds and "memories" you all will laugh about for the rest of your life. I don't think it's all that funny. In fact, the entire premise leaves me pretty sick.
In 2007, a small group of visionary college and university presidents gathered to form the American College & University Presidents' Climate Commitment (ACUPCC). Five years later they have achieved some remarkable results.
We need to find healthy and safe ways to continue traditions in our modern world so we can keep exploring and finding them.
The scientific study of human behavior is shedding new light on our actions and inner life. To ignore these insights is not just a mistake. It is criminal.
The Finger Lakes is now being recognized for fine Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir. Who knew?
Each team wrote the A.I. for a computer game. The contest is then the A.I.s from each team fighting each other where one will reign victorious over the others on the field of battle.
A group of the nation's leading experts on energy and the environment are at Duke this week attending a workshop to try to ferret out the facts (and tamp down the hype) around shale gas and fracking.
This upcoming January will see the first intercollegiate programming code war, with multiple teams competing from most of the top computer science colleges in the country.
Based on TransCanada's own figures provided to the Canadian government, operating costs for the U.S. section of their pipeline are minimal, and new permanent American jobs created would likely be as few as 50.
Boldly and inventively contemporary, Koolhaas' Milstein stands in sharp, energizing contrast to the traditional Ivy League buildings that abut it. Notwithstanding its distinctiveness, it is unimposing and unobtrusive.
Innovation in space technology is still key to U.S. scientific and economic preeminence; space has been primarily America's frontier for 50 years and should remain so.
Although more women than ever are out-earning men, a simple fact remains: When it comes to prenups, it's usually women on the receiving end.
I believe that the MBA is more relevant today than ever before. But today's MBA, both in product and in person, is not "your father's MBA."
Watching a movie like Water for Elephants, knowing that it's not only based on a novel but on a best-selling novel that was all the rage for book clubs, makes me wonder about the book -- specifically, how bad is it?