The Marxist economist talks about the impact universities like Harvard and Stanford have on the economy.
Although she is currently the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, in the past Power has called out Kissinger for his role in human rights abuses.
A look at the educational background of the 1 percent reveals that the "rags to riches" narrative we're fed is a fallacy.
What justifies so much government spending per student in private elite universities relative to public ones?
Regarding the impending climate crisis, Yale scientist Anthony Leiserowitz tells Bill Moyers: “You almost couldn't design a problem that is a worse fit with our underlying psychology." The solution? Part of it involves turning the issue into talking points for conservatives.
"The increase in the amount of defaulted loans among poor students comes as President Barack Obama says he wants to expand access to college for working-class families and increase funding for the Perkins program," Bloomberg reports.
Students at Yale now have the opportunity to take a class titled “Humility” from New York Times columnist and “notorious diploma-sniffing aristocrat-apologist douchebag” David Brooks, writes Matt Taibbi.
Academy Award™-nominated actor and sometime homicidal soap opera villain James Franco has been called a Renaissance man by certain members of the press. This rankles Stephen Colbert, who uses his show as a platform to besmirch Franco's name, with help from Franco himself.
After mulling over the issue for many years, the powers that be at Yale University have decided to ban sexual relationships between faculty members and undergraduate students, regardless of whether those students ever take their classes.
What would-be matriculators at Yale University might think of this lengthy and cringeworthy musical promotional video, cooked up by a group of the Ivy League school's current undergraduates and recent alumni, is unclear, but we'd like to point out the obvious after enduring a brief run-through of their efforts: Some people have been watching a little too much "Glee."