1. We are disappointed with the Princeton Review ranking, which is based on a two-year-old survey of a very small portion of our student body. … We do not aspire to be a party school.

    Syracuse is America’s number one party school

    And according to the University’s official statement, none too happy about it


  2. Responses like Beck’s promote victim-blaming and hinder the government’s efforts to make college campuses safer for all students. Ending sexual assault is a message all Americans, no matter what their political beliefs, should embrace — turning sexual violence investigations into an Obama attack is a low blow, even for Beck.



  5. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Charlie Day’s hilarious commencement address proves graduation speeches aren’t useless

    In a graduation year when student protests nixed a slew of commencement addresses, Day served up an irreverent, poignant, punchline-packed speech that showed why such addresses, though often irrelevant, don’t have to be so.


  6. Watch a World War II vet, 90, receive his college diploma

    Walter Bunker, a 90-year-old World War II veteran, accepted his college diploma Saturday, proving it’s never too late to go back to school.






  11. The movement to end sexual assault on college campuses is more powerful than it has ever been. That’s extremely important. After all, a recent government report states that 1 in 5 women will be sexually assaulted while in college, and that too many higher education institutions fail to enforce federal law when it comes to punishing perpetrators, supporting survivors, and publishing campus crime statistics.

    America’s sexual assault debate wrongly focuses on college students over everyone else

    We should be working to end sexual assault everywhere.