Young Adults Still Can't Identify Fake News, Study FindsA new study has found that many college students and recent graduates can't detect real news from fake news.
Colleges Draw Fewer Foreign Students But Avoid Crisis So FarInternational enrollments at U.S. colleges have fared better than expected this year, but many schools still fear the country's political climate, according to a national survey.
Free Speech Controversy At SMU Makes National HeadlinesThe uproar began when SMU told the Young America's Foundation that its yearly display of flags honoring September 11th victims will no longer allowed to be set up at the Dallas Hall lawn as in past years.
In Humorous Video, Dad Shares Downsides Of Kid's Holiday VisitClothes all over the house, milk left out of the fridge, loud gatherings with friends. These are some of one dad's complaints about his college daughter being home for Christmas.
FAFSA Opens Application 3 Months Early!College students can start applying for FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid three months early!
Best Winter Break Destinations In The U.S.A look at five of America's best winter break destinations for college students
The Common Money Mistakes College Freshmen MakeMany college freshmen will soon be moving to their new campuses. They may have all the essentials they need for college, but when it comes to financial education, experts say many of them deserve an “F”.
SMU Students Mark History Milestone With Trip To SelmaThey are marching back in history to mark a major milestone. Students from Southern Methodist University loaded into buses Friday and set off -- bound for Selma, Alabama.
Data Crunchers Help North Texans Choose A CollegeData crunchers hope to help North Texans choose a college.
UTA Hosts 14th Annual Auto Cross WeekendUTA is hosting its 14th annual Texas Cross weekend. The university invites students from all over the country to come out and race formula cars.
Cell Phone Addiction Factors Focus Of Texas StudyWhat you may have suspected is now confirmed. You may be a cell phone addict. That’s not a good thing.
Bill Would Let Students Earn Tuition With Community ServiceSome good news for Texas families worried about paying for college. A bill filed in the state legislature would give high school students the opportunity to earn tuition credit for doing certain community service work.