Prosecutors say rich parents paid to have their children recruited as athletes, to alter test scores and to have others take online classes.
The Marxist economist talks about the impact universities like Harvard and Stanford have on the economy.
LSU’s Leonard Fournette, Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey and Baylor’s Shock Linwood do not want to risk their pro football futures. Their decisions to sit out the postseason make sense and could become a trend.
If the world’s most popular sport is going to take hold in this country, the NCAA, Major League Soccer and the national sports media need to hype the college game—and get it on TV.
Jasmine Richards was sentenced to 90 days and three years' probation Brock Turner, despite his multiple felony convictions for sexual assault, will likely get credit for good behavior and serve about the same amount of time as Jasmine As for Brock Turner's victim, her sentence is ongoing Jasmine Richards was sentenced to 90 days and three years' probation.
Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and The Real News Network's Senior Editor Paul Jay discuss the inherent contradictions in Silicon Valley’s ideology and practices in the second installment of TRNN’s show “Reality Asserts Itself.”
Addressing an audience at Stanford University via video chat on Friday, Edward Snowden discussed the moral conundrums he faced as a whistleblower. He also made some recommendations on how authorities should address whistleblowers and surveillance.
Stanford University has just taken a huge step toward helping students whose parents make less than $125,000 a year get a college education without accruing inordinate amounts of debt.
Ever long to absorb information with the facility that children display while learning? A new "smart pill" may help adults do just that.