3 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Professor O'Shaughnessy is the Saunders Director of the International Center for Jefferson Studies and a faculty member in the Department of History at the University of Virginia, who explains that his interest in America was prompted by his visits here as a young man when his father taught at Columbia University in New York.
7 hrs ago | New York Daily News
Camila Mateo laughs with her roommates, Julie Endrizzi and Steve Situ before their graduation from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons on Wednesday.
8 hrs ago | Burlington Times News
Elon University's 123rd commencement will take place on Saturday with more than 1,170 undergraduates and a host of ceremonies involving graduate programs.
11 hrs ago | NewsBusters.org
Recent college grads are in a tough spot, with student loans that need repayment and an economy that is leaving many of them underemployed or worse.
16 hrs ago | Fox News
Heat-related deaths in New York City's borough of Manhattan may rise about 20 percent over the next decade, according to a new study.
18 hrs ago | UC San Diego
A study by the National Science Foundation naming the top 10 universities receiving the most federal funding for research and development ranked UC San Diego in 8th place out of 896 colleges that received federal R&D money during the 2011 fiscal year.
18 hrs ago | News Democrat
From left to right are Russellville High School's Class of 2013 third-ranked student Chelsea Jenkins, Valedictorian Rebecca Orndorff, Valedictorian Kesi Neblett and Salutatorian Troy Adams.
21 hrs ago | China Daily
Wang Xixin, deputy dean and professor of law at Peking University Law School, spoke at the memorandum of understanding signing ceremony held earlier this month.
Yesterday | MediLexicon
The allure of personalized medicine has made new, more efficient ways of sequencing genes a top research priority.
Columbia University is seeking to change the terms of a 93-year-old trust earmarked for white students from Iowa.
These have been some tough months. Terrorist bombings , mass shootings, continuing economic woes among the poor and middle class, political gridlock and ideological posturing - all have contributed to stress and strain.
Though they haven't faced too many annoying questions yet, there's one question the Montreal-based band Plumes is tired of people asking them: Where did they get their name? "This is only the second interview that we've done for this tour," said Geof Holbrook of Plumes.
With about half of the country still suffering from extreme drought, farmers and businesses in the Western United States are looking at another hot, dry summer.
Applications for the second annual T. Fellowship will be accepted from May 22, 2013 through August 1, 2013.
As a health nut and foodie, 36-year-old Shazi Visram had a problem with processed baby food.
Hour 1: What makes political cartoons stick with us after the headlines fade? We'll talk this hour with Victor Navasky , longtime editor of The Nation and professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Ezra Koenig wanted to be clear about this: The frontman of Vampire Weekend was not comparing his band to the Beatles.
Working out is one of the best things you can do for your overall health, but a new Columbia University study confirms the idea that too much of a good thing can actually be bad.