The fresh damage to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow School of Art, an architectural jewel, has left alumni filled with grief and anger.
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It’s hard work being a dancer. And it’s hard work getting a college degree. This group at New York City Ballet has done both.
We explore consent on campus, catch up with Rachael Ray, learn how to survive our 40s, follow a housing lottery in San Francisco and more.
Two teachers at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan were removed from classrooms after students protested what they described as inappropriate behavior.
The first permanent commemorations of slaves connected with Princeton come five months after the release of sweeping research into the university’s racial history.
Alicia Graf Mack, a former performer with the Dance Theater of Harlem and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, will join Juilliard this summer.
Some organizations have lost donors because of their ties to celebrities accused of sexual misconduct, while others have relinquished gifts from those men.
Stephanie Wiles, a museum director from Cornell University, will take the helm at the oldest college art museum in the country beginning July 1.
Mr. Nixon, best known for “The Brown Sisters,” retired from the college after he was alleged with behaving inappropriately in the classroom.
As the 50th anniversary of the 1968 student takeover approaches, the neglected story of African-American protesters is moving to the center of the story.