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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.
A lawsuit exposed Harvard’s ‘Z-list,’ which some people suspect helps VIP kids who don’t have the grades get in
Harvard University admits some students through the "Z-list," meaning they must defer their enrollment for a year. Plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Harvard say the Z-list is a way to show deference to children of alumni who wouldn't otherwise qualify academically.
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.
Which college has produced the most US presidents in history? The simple answer is Harvard University, but here are a number of other institutions of higher learning including Princeton, Yale, and William and Mary that have had a number of US presidents walk their halls.
I tried a science-backed eating plan tied to a better memory and longer life — and found the perfect simple breakfast
I recently got a chance to practice what I preach. After months of writing extensively about the evidence-based health benefits of the Mediterranean diet, I hit pause on my normal eating habits and gave it a go. This meal was cheap, easy, and kept me full for hours.
In a new TED Talk, Harvard professor Steven Pinker analyzes encouraging data on homicide, war, poverty, pollution, and more. Bill Gates has called Pinker's latest work, "Enlightenment Now," his "favorite book of all time."
In a Harvard Q&A, Microsoft founder Bill Gates said he spent his time in college studying — and while that worked out in the end, he wishes he'd spent more time socializing and
Harvard kept the top spot for a second consecutive year in QS's highly rated ranking.
The tiny home startup Kasita is designing 352-square-foot, minimalist homes. Take a look inside.
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