Look’s like New York University has a “peeping Tom” on its payroll!
While students dig themselves into deeper debt over the rise of college tuition in the United States, college presidents and other top university staff are seeing their salaries rise at a record pace.
Even California potheads aren’t big fans of Attorney General Eric Holder this week.
College students at one Pennsylvania school will now be able to conceal and carry on campus — but just not at sports events or in dining halls, dorms and academic buildings.
Students walking across the stage at graduation this spring probably feel like they can conquer the world, but a majority of Americans aren’t nearly as enthused about their capabilities.
Earlier this week, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) introduced legislation in the Senate that would make the interest rate for federal student loans the same as it is for banks and large corporations. Yet the bill, her first since becoming the Bay State’s senior senator in January, will do more harm than good to the students she claims to cherish, while enriching only a select few at their expense.
Game over for Cody Wilson and his 3-D gun-printing company, Defense Distributed.
Talk about overreacting! A Virginia elementary school suspended a second grader last week for simply aiming a pencil at a fellow student while making gun like noises.