Water main break near UCLA spews geyser into air, flooding parts of campus; 5 people rescued
University of Texas System regents pick US military leader McRaven as chancellor finalist
Mark your calendar, Virginia and Maryland's annual back-to-school tax holidays are around the corner.
The University of Maryland Schools of Dentistry and Medicine have received a $10.7 million grant over five years to study the causes, prevention and treatment of sexually-transmitted diseases.
Presidents of George Washington U, University of Maryland to testify on Corcoran merger plan
Facing intense criticism, the Montgomery County Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to overhaul its spending and reimbursement policy.
Teenagers who survived South Korea ferry sinking haunted by disaster that killed their friends
New Mexico Military Institute's athletic director accused of groping woman at an alumni event
Florida State law professor was killed in his car, found by neighbor who heard loud noise
It's hardly newsworthy these days when an institution announces it's going smoke-free. But Prince George's Community College introduced one of the strictest policies around Monday, banning e-cigarettes along with all other smoke and tobacco products.
In war-struck Gaza, hardship felt more keenly during what's meant to be joyous Muslim holiday
Salisbury University stadium to get a $19M upgrade this winter
South Korean teens testify they were told to stay, but helped each other escape sinking ship
Silent retreats: A historic tradition resonates in the harried 21st century
8 new dancers join Miami City Ballet, including 4 graduates of company's school in Miami Beach
Largest class ever at University of Delaware causes school to triple up more roommates
From almost dropping out, to making and screening a documentary at prestigious film festivals: Students at a local arts center discover creativity and themselves.
A former professor at Virginia Intermont College is writing a book to preserve the recently closed school's 130-year history.
A University of Virginia official says the administration is considering borrowing up to $100 million to boost its student financial aid program.
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