International conference on soil & water resources management held at NASC Delhi
International Conference on Soil and Water Resources Management for Climate Smart Agriculture and Global Food and Livelihood Security in Delhi
Opinion: Free college tuition won't work, no matter what progressive Democrats tell you
A free tuition ride only makes it harder for colleges to pay for what kids need — small classes, good advisors and easy access to required classes.
Letters to the Editor: Don't just spend money on disadvantaged students, fund programs for them that work
How a Radical Restructuring Plan Fractured a Campus and Fueled a No-Confidence Vote
Faculty members accuse the University of Tulsa’s top leaders of working to silence critics of a plan that will slash the liberal arts. Administrators say the restructuring move is about survival.
NCAA lessens the suspension of Ohio State’s Chase Young despite similarities to Yoeli Childs’ penalty
Ohio State defensive end Chase Young's four-game suspension has been dropped to two games leaving the Heisman Trophy hopeful eligible to play in the team's matchups against No. 9 Penn State and No. 14 Michigan. Ohio State announced the news on Nov. 13. The circumstances surrounding Young's suspension mirrors BYU forward Yoeli Childs', however, the NCAA chose to not lessen his. The post NCAA les...
‘I’m gonna shoot the kids’: Puyallup teacher charged in threat was upset over PTSD claim
A Puyallup teacher accused of threatening to shoot and kill students previously cursed at children on campus and stormed out of a personnel meeting, according to court documents. Pierce County prosecutors on Thursday charged Julie Hillend-Jones, 58, with felony harassment. A not guilty plea was entered on her behalf at arraignment in Pierce County Superior Court. Commissioner […]
Seattle Public Schools leans on history to change its gifted education program. Here’s what the archives show.