The History, and Controversy, Behind the Rhodes Scholarship

What Cecil John Rhodes actually said in his will about who should get scholarships may surprise you

Eight Things to Nail at University

Big mistakes, and how to avoid them.

Are You Getting Your Degree? Stop Now.

Degrees are practically worthless, until we adopt a different mindset.

What Your Daughter Wants to Hear During a Career Transition

In times of uncertainty, there is no other comfort in the world other than knowing you are not alone.

How Startup Life is Like Studying Abroad

We (almost) never realize how great of a time we’re having when we are in the moment and living it.

A Devastating Divide: The Conversation We Aren’t Having About Sexual Assault

Teaching men about consent is everyone’s responsibility, not just women’s.

Why This MIT Dropout Started an Anti-College

This new approach to education will get you thinking. Do we have it all backwards?

Let’s Hear It For The (Frat) Boys!

Throw the stereotypes out the window. These fraternity brothers are compassionate, caring and community minded.

Here’s How History is Shaping the #studentblackout Movement

Curious how what is happening at Mizzou and other campuses relates to the bigger, historical context? Marshall Ganz helps break it down.

New Centers Meeting the Needs of Growing College Student Demographic

Warren Blumenfeld shows the absurdity of a new trend.

When Does Political Correctness Go Too Far?

Michael Russnow argues that it is folly to judge historic figures by today’s standard of political correctness.

Things I Want My Son to Know as He Enters the Business World

With graduation just a few months away, some words of wisdom about working and life seem timely.

College Athletics Are Stealing Your Future: The Student Debt Crisis

Did you know? Universities spend almost 7 times more per athlete than they spend on educating students.

The Walking Dead in Love Edition

Sami Jankins, with special celebrity guest Lincoln A. Castellanos, provide this week’s zombie-free dating advice.

‘Free’ College Textbooks: Not Really Free

Think free textbooks are too good to be true? You’re probably right.