As college acceptance letters begin trickling in this spring, Mali Dandridge turns to her mom for advice on what to expect in college.
Look around a typical high school classroom of about 20 students — it’s likely that just six will graduate from college.
On Wednesday, Stanford Law professor Michele Dauber received an envelope containing an unknown white powder and a note with a rape threat.
How might young people prepare themselves to become cannabis entrepreneurs? Professionals from one of the nation’s top business schools have answers.
Reflections from a team of young developers on how they made interactive websites about DACA, in the process learning a whole lot about immigration policy, the ins-and-outs of data analysis, and the challenges–and rewards!–of learning to code.
College is more competitive than ever. It’s not like it was when our parents were young.
Immigration advocates are pushing for Congress to pass protections for Dreamers as part of a federal budget deal due at midnight.
Both my twin sister and I are both in the midst of applying to college. For two people who’ve grown up together, college applications are pulling us apart.
As many high school seniors scramble to get their college applications in on January first, some students of color find themselves with an extra set of questions to ask schools.