MIT students help dispel their fears and doubts about applying to American schools, where they remain a relative minority after 9/11.
Wazhma Frogh, an Afghan, uses her religion to press for women's rights – and development agencies take note.
Keen not to taint Olympics, and under pressure from West, Beijing sends envoy to Khartoum with strong words.
New, stronger telescopes could examine millions of stars within a generation.
The idea that party insiders would decide contest strikes many as 'undemocratic.'
A Connecticut commission ruled last week that Yale University must provide access to campus police personnel records. It's the latest in a series of rulings mandating greater openness at private universities.