Temporada de graduaciones en EE. UU.: la tradición desafía a las protestas

Togas alquiladas, música de marcha protocolar, plumas de plata de Tiffany… llegó la temporada de graduaciones…

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Biden to Deliver Commencement Address at West Point Military Academy

President Biden will address the graduating class of cadets at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point,…

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‘It Didn’t Have to Happen This Way:’ U.Va. Faculty Call for Review of Police Response to Protests

Protesters: “Disclose! Divest!” In student-led protests around the country, university faculty have stood in support of demonstrators, risking arrest. “He is a professor. He is a professor.” At the University…

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Many in College Sports Are Feeling Unsettled About N.C.A.A.’s Pay Plan

Brent Jacquette knows a thing or two about college sports. A former collegiate soccer player and…

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Justice Sotomayor Describes Frustration With Being a Liberal on the Supreme Court

Some days, after Justice Sonia Sotomayor listens to the Supreme Court announce its decisions, she goes…

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The N.C.A.A.’s Landmark Athlete-Pay Settlement, Explained

When the N.C.A.A. and the major athletic conferences agreed on Thursday night to a $2.8 billion…

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U.C.L.A. Police Make First Arrest in Attack on Protest Encampment

More than three weeks after counterprotesters attacked a pro-Palestinian encampment at the University of California, Los…

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Nigeria: AU, UNESCO Seek Action On 100 Million Out-of-School Children

The African Union (AU) and the United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) have expressed…

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South Africa: UCT Announces New VC – Professor Mosa Moshabela

Dear members of the UCT community The University of Cape Town (UCT) is delighted to formally…

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University Leaders Face a Long, Complex Summer

Around now, university officials might usually take a deep breath. Campuses are emptying out for the…

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