"Do college professors work hard enough?" There are some across-the-board myths about academic life in general, and professors sometimes seem to be a target.
"Personalized medicine" is opening the door to a whole new world of medical care -- one that would offer a tailor-made approach to treating and preventing health problems in individual patients.
Every person who participates in sports won't become a professional athlete. But everyone should have the same opportunities to chase their dreams. I may not have the same basketball gifts as a Kobe Bryant or LeBron James, but like them I was given a chance for equal play.
Sixty students from 15 universities -- 12 from across the U.S. and 3 international -- participated in the 8th Annual CIBER Case Challenge this past Saturday at the University of Connecticut in Storrs.
No available scholarship? No problem. Current player, Michael Andre Bradley, a 6'10" backup center, has decided to give up his scholarship so Drummond can join his team. Wait... what?
This season has been pleasantly surprising for a UConn team that, going into the 2010-2011 season was young and unrecognized.
It's time once again for Obama Poll Watch -- our monthly look back at Obama's approval ratings for the previous month.
The problem with discussing "issues of race," is that it dummies down the issue of racism to an individual level, when the real problem is at the macro level.
The guys brought out all the freshly old standards such as Soulja Boy and the Macarena to keep themselves from going stir crazy during a 5-hour rain delay.
Fran had never become a sports fanatic, at least until now. The 2009 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, however, has changed all of that.
Who is the highest paid state-employee of your state: The Governor? The President of the state University? The guy who decides what the slogan should ...