Yet more unusual degrees, from Dr Who to wine-making.
Support for students when they get to university is not worse than that they receive at school, just different.
Branch campuses are continuing to emerge around the world. But no-one is going to get rich quick.
Universities are using Snapchat. Just not as much as their students.
Time for some all new True Crime on Campus.
A commentary on what must be the most outstanding university ranking to date. Genius.
The US seems much better than the UK at supporting those who leave the armed forces and then enter higher education. Is there something we could learn from here?
Lots of universities and students’ unions are being seduced by the idea that puppies can help stressed out students relax and overcome exam jitters. Things have moved to the next level now though.
Party time is back in Virginia – if you follow the rules. The University of Virginia has reinstated all of its fraternities, pending their acceptance of a new agreement requiring, among other things, that at least three members be “sober and lucid” at all parties.
Mission admission: Paul Greatrix looks at a video game intended to help encourage applicants to university.
A piece by EAB reports on a new Gallup survey showing that students who have internships that apply what they learn in the classroom are more than twice as likely to feel that college has prepared them well for life after graduation.
It’s the time for reviews of all of the exciting events of the year and 2014 has been another bumper year of campus events for our dedicated Security staff. Here are some of my true crime on campus favourites from the year together with an opportunity to vote for the report you think is the best.