With the new SAT coming out this March, a lot of students are feeling the test prep crunch even more than usual. The College Board has made some s...
To overturn Citizens United will require either a change of the Court (not implausible, if a Democrat wins, not possible for a generation, if a Republican wins), or a constitutional amendment (unlikely through Congress, possible through an Article V convention).
It may seem like there's very little you can do while you wait, but if you're still in line for an interview at one of your top choice schools, this is one area where you can truly set yourself apart.
"The early bird gets the worm." At no point in history has this time-tested idiom been more relevant than it is today. Millennials are a generation ...
Productive discourse is dying, trampled over by closed minds who value comfortable opinion-holding over uncomfortable soul-searching. As dialogue lies flailing and gasping, outrage culture's pulse is stronger than ever.
As a college essay advisor with over a decade's worth of experience helping students identify and express compelling personal stories, I have seen an overemphasis on achievement for achievement's sake manifest itself in different forms.
Through university courses, conferences, and reports facilitated by academic staff, the utility industry and its trade association, the Edison Electric Institute, have boosted lobbying efforts targeting state government officials and decision makers.
Thanks in large part to the ridiculous idea that there is one best college for everyone, applying to college has turned into a parody of Reality TV, where students spend thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours preparing for a four hour test that, in the eyes of many, holds their future well-being in the balance.
More and more, customers are making their buying decisions based on an organization's stated aims and more millennials are choosing their employer based on its purpose. Now that companies are armed with the impetus and the business case to transform around purpose, the discussion needs to shift from "why" to "how."
Muslims claim their religion teaches peace, harmony, love and goodness while the actions of some so-called adherents to the faith prove contrary. How can it be that on the one hand, the religion teaches good while some Muslims commit evil?
Interview with Harvard's Legendary Dean Henry Rosovsky. The Secret of excellence and the prospects for Asian Higher Learning
I always pictured him, strangely enough, as a frog. Not a silly frog in any way, or a pre-prince-like frog, but the kind of wise frog who would populate the best kind of fairy tales if fairy tales ever involved professors who strove to explain the world.
A campaign to honor the struggle to end slavery in the United States is an excellent social studies project to engage students as active citizens responding to racism and in shaping the future the United States.
What do the youth of a continent all have in common? Potential. Not just some vague sort of ideal that we call "potential." There is a story inside of each one of them waiting to be written and it's big and it is hard-wired into their brains to write it.
A lot of people say that in order to start a company, you must be knowledgeable in the space that you're trying to enter. While this is true for most entrepreneurs, sometimes, what is more important is the problem you're trying to solve.
I once took a graduate course six years ago at the Harvard business school focused on "Innovative Ventures." The class had some really smart and conge...