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President Donald Trump's Cabinet gathers in the Oval Office on March 13, 2017.

Here’s where Trump’s cabinet went to college

President Donald Trump's cabinet is a well-educated bunch — but sometimes not in the fields that their departments are responsible for.
Arianna Huffington in college and today.

6 successful people reveal what they wish they had known in college

Execs and entrepreneurs like Arianna Huffington of Thrive, Randy Garutti of Shake Shack, and Amy Bohutinsky of Zillow share advice for their younger selves.
Blaze Bernstein, a 19-year-old sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania, was found dead in his California hometown on Wednesday.

The UPenn student who was found dead last week was stabbed more than 20 times

University of Pennsylvania sophomore Blaze Bernstein's death in California is being investigated as an act of rage, police said.
Blaze Bernstein, a 19-year-old sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania, was found dead in his California hometown on Wednesday.

A UPenn sophomore was found dead — the ninth student or faculty member to die in a year

Blaze Bernstein, a 19-year-old sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania, was found dead in what police are investigating as a homicide.
It's harder than ever to get into elite colleges, according to experts.

It was the hardest year on record to get into elite colleges — admissions experts explain why

The acceptance rate drops nearly every year at elite schools like Harvard and Stanford, and admissions directors say it's harder than ever to get in.
It's harder than ever to get in.

The Ivy League has released early-application acceptance rates — here’s where they all stand

Almost all eight schools in the competitive Ivy League reported declines in acceptance rates, meaning it's the hardest year on record to get into the colleges.

More people than ever are defaulting on student loans — and it could put the US economy at risk

4.6 million Americans have defaulted on federal student loans, incurring debt that hurts their credit and the macroeconomy.
The dean of Harvard admissions said early admission is the new normal.

Harvard just released its early admissions decisions — here’s how many students got in

Harvard University released its early admissions decisions for the class of 2022. The dean of admissions said early admission is the new normal.
The top two colleges are in England.

For the first time in 14 years, the best university in the world isn’t in America

For the first time, an American college didn't crack the top two in a ranking of the best universities in the world.

Baby boomers could end up $227,000 richer if they stop bankrolling their adult children

Parents who pay for their adult children might be hurting their retirement savings.