Harvard's 'Virtual Classroom' For Online StudentsThe newest classroom at Harvard's business school has no desks or chairs. Instead, the professor teaches facing a towering digital screen that stretches from wall to wall.
Upsets Mark 1st Full Day Of NCAA TournamentThe day started with a bracket-crushing blow. More upsets followed. Four overtime games. A record. A buzzer-beater. A pair of late-night scares. This was just one day.
Does Making Up Snow Days Matter? Study Says NoEven in the midst of the pure joy that kids call `a snow day,' lurks the reality that the cancelled classes will one day come at a cost.
Fort Worth Councilman Kept Resignation Plans QuietFort Worth Council Member Joel Burns kept the fact he'd been accepted to the prestigious Harvard Kennedy School to study public administration close to his vest until Tuesday night's council meeting. It was there that he resigned his post.
What's Next For Fort Worth Councilman Burns?He made headlines in 2010 for his speech about bullying. And on Tuesday, Fort Worth councilman Joel Burns gave another tearful speech to say that he was stepping down.
Tuition Hikes: Why Higher Education Spends MIllions On Campus CosmeticsDo universities really need spa-like gyms and dorms that could pass for luxury hotels?
DeSoto Native Chosen To Be Rhodes ScholarA DeSoto native is one of 32 students selected for the prestigious Rhodes Scholars program that gives graduates an all-expenses-paid two years at Oxford University.
Harvard Study: Kids At July 4 Events More Likely To Side With GOPA Harvard study of voters suggests those who attended July 4 events as children are more likely than others to side with the Republican party later in life.