Charges Against Muslim Students Prompt Debate Over Free Speech

When administrators at the University of California, Irvine, decided to suspend the Muslim Student Union for a quarter over the disruption of a speech last year by the Israeli ambassador to the United […]

Channeling That Animal Spirit

There are many reasons behind my decision to major in finance as an undergraduate business student. I can primarily attribute this to two parents who have been involved in the industry […]

High Enrollment Strains Two-Year Colleges

Community colleges, long regarded as the most accessible realm of higher education, are becoming more difficult to access thanks to record enrollments combined with belt-tightening by state legislatures.

In a survey to be released […]

Undocumented students face uncertainty after graduation

Cindy, a University of Chicago senior, has never been on a plane or driven a car. She’s 21, but without a state-issued ID, she’s […]

The Lowdown on the Online M.B.A.

Those interested in pursuing an M.B.A. have a lot of options: full-time or part-time programs, abbreviated courses designed specifically for executives, and joint degrees with other academic disciplines, to name […]

Online MBAs Heading to Ivy League

While online MBA programs are nothing new, elite business schools are starting to offer the option to students, with UNC’s Kenan-Flagler school the latest to join the party.

Online MBA degrees, of course, are nothing new. […]

Keiser University Goes Nonprofit

Keiser University, a Florida-based for-profit institution that has been active in the fight against the Education Department’s proposed “gainful employment” rule, has converted […]

Your New Home for M.B.A. Admissions Advice

Are you considering going back to school for an M.B.A., and feeling overwhelmed by the program options, requirements, and expense this career-boosting decision implies? Well, I hope this new blog can […]