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Fran Belibi's huge alley-oop dunk should give Stanford fans plenty to be excited about.
California judge who was recalled for his light sentence of Brock Turner is now asking his supporters to pay his $135,000 in legal fees
Aaron Persky came under fire in 2016, when he sentenced Turner to just six months in prison for sexual assault.
See how Juul turned teens into influencers and threw buzzy parties to fuel its rise as Silicon Valley’s favorite e-cig company
Stanford researchers assembling a trove of images, videos, and social-media posts that Juul Labs used to market its sleek devices say it clearly targeted teens.
The Princeton Review released a ranking of the best law schools for career prospects, based on student surveys and school-reported data.
A new lab-grown meat startup called Meatable is taking on the industry's key hurdle by coming up with a way to make truly slaughter-free meat without relying on cow fetus blood, or "serum." The Dutch startup partnered with Cambridge and uses proprietary stem cell technology for faster production.
This week we have two top-25 matchups, three contenders going on the road against good opponents, a big-name coach looking to rebound, and one in-state rivalry with a silly trophy on the line.
A professor who taught MBA students for 15 years says the jobs today’s graduates dream of are very different from the ones they used to want
Columbia psychology professor Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic says MBA students used to set their sights on corporate and tech giants, but now they want to become entrepreneurs. Research suggests that certain MBA programs produce more startup founders than others.
Every year QS ranks universities around the world using a methodology that evaluates academic reputation, employer reputation, student-to-faculty ratio, as well as international reputation.
These 10 American colleges have minted more than 500 billionaires, including Elon Musk, Warren Buffett, and the founders of Google
Billionaires don't all follow the same path to success, but some of them look pretty similar, starting with where they went to college. The top 10 billionaire-producing colleges in America have minted the founders of Google, Nike, Berkshire Hathaway, and Tesla.
Top tech talent is losing interest in working for Facebook — and the company’s tough year in headlines might be the cause
Students from universities like Stanford, MIT, Harvard, Yale, and Georgia Tech are losing interest in working at Facebook.