"It just feels like a massive cover-up for the fact that the government has treated us appallingly during the pandemic."
French politicians are proudly using a new term – originally coined by the far-right – to paint left-wing academics as sympathetic to Islamist terrorists.
We’re in the midst of a pandemic, schools are closed and campuses are empty due to COVID lockdowns, but the UK government wants to focus on free speech in higher education.
VICE World News hears from workers told to leave their homes to clean buildings being used by a handful of people, and of bosses telling employees to not self-isolate and get back to work.
Some unis in England are offering rent rebates for students unable to return to halls due to COVID restrictions. Some others... are not.
Over the past two decades, the use of private security agencies has become a common fixture of academic labour disputes.
A new trend sees Britain’s universities offer Instagram influencers paid-partnerships to endorse institutions they didn’t study at.
At a conference in December 2019 addressed by PM Modi, cops were also asked to monitor tweets and speeches.
Discriminating against people because of their disability is illegal, but that doesn't stop some of our finest educational institutions from doing it.
The actress paid $15,000 for someone to take the SAT for her daughter.
The bill would partially fulfill one of her presidential campaign promises.
Experts believe almost a third of the global workforce will be automated by 2030. But are universities preparing students for the rise of the office machines?