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Jon Marcus is based in Boston and has written for Times Higher Education for more than a decade.
Texas hostelries are one of the few places where students cannot bring guns
Institutions in the US and Canada are helping preserve indigenous languages before they die out
Jon Marcus reports from Saskatoon in Saskatchewan on how an academic is using the country’s favourite sport to teach his students
US academics say ‘greatest challenge facing management scholars’ is proving the worth of research in the field
Gates foundation director tells Chicago conference that election has highlighted gulf between ‘haves and have-nots’ in terms of US college education
Advocates for using education to help former inmates get their lives back on track say that current policies are deterring applications
Study in US suggests that institutions do take a hit from adverse media coverage despite a scandal likely leading to improved policies and procedures
Recent attempts to get round US gun lobby’s blocking of federal funds for gun violence research could be making an impact. Jon Marcus reports
Like the UK’s referendum on the EU, the US presidential race looks set to split the population between graduates and non-graduates
Alarm over Trump, coupled with excitement over Sanders, prompts students to try to boost turnout. Jon Marcus reports