Our tax burden could increase by tens of thousands of dollars, based on money we don’t even make.
There has been a backlash to students’ talking more openly about misconduct.
Schools like Stanford stash their endowments in offshore accounts while still benefiting from tax breaks.
The university joins others across the nation accepting students whose studies were interrupted by Hurricane Maria for a tuition-free semester.
American universities are using offshore strategies to swell their coffers, skirt taxes and obscure investments that could spark campus protests.
College students can lose out on financial aid if they supplement tuition with private donations.
The university’s president said the suspension, which affects all 55 fraternities and sororities, would stay in place until students committed to a “new normal.”
Graduate programs in STEM have the highest percentage of international students of any broad academic field. Why don’t the locals bother?
A retiring editor reflects on three decades of education coverage and the issues that endure.
With so many variations on what constitutes higher education as well as family, it’s no wonder there are so many definitions. And that matters.