Is there value in a college degree? Well, turns out that depends on where you attended.
We don't need months to teach us about the individuals or groups of people who inspire them. Instead, our schools should do a better job educating students about these movers and shakers.
A UNC student faces expulsion after talking about her sexual assault case, proving colleges have a long way to go in providing support to assault victims.
Still in college, Rashawn Davis is not your typical political candidate.
Many members of Gen Y aren't looking to become home owners anytime soon — and that's OK. The choice to rent or own is much less a defining choice for a generation destined for greatness.
Even humanities Ph.D.'s are doing slightly better than people with doctorates in the sciences. This reflects how seriously academia has failed to question the way that it educates students.
A recent study suggests that "young millennials" are less thrifty and more secular than "older millennials." Sound marketing data could actually be the problem in America, and our own fault.
Millennials must take time to de-stress and unplug in order to function at full capacity and focus in this economy.