Wonderful Vintage Photos Of Female Students At Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts In 1948

The Civil Rights Movement in the United States fueled the feminist movement as well. Women demanded equal rights in education on the basis that equality for all in education and under the law should include women of all races as well, not just men of all races. Like the fight against systemic racism, the fight against sexism, especially in higher education and the workplace, remains a difficult battle because the idea of the women’s role in the home and as a caretaker was deeply ingrained in United States society. Continue reading »

College Seniors Invent AI Helmet To Help The Visually Impaired See

Two college seniors from south China’s Kunming University of Science and Technology have invented an intelligent device, Eye See, to help with the everyday life of the visually impaired. Continue reading »

Projection Mapping on King’s College Chapel Blends 16th-Century Gothic Architecture with Contemporary Art

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Artist Miguel Chevalier recently created a series of immersive projections that added a mesmerizing flair to a University of Cambridge charity event. The fundraising occasion featured Chevalier’s designs front and center in the King’s College Chapel, as they cloaked the historic interior in a myriad of changing colors, patterns, and textures. It was a striking juxtaposition that fused contemporary imagery with 16th-century Gothic English architecture—a mashup of old and new that brought the building to life. Continue reading »

The ABCs of College

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Every student, more or less consciously, adhere to that alphabet. Now read all of its letters and tell us if you agreed or disagreed (or you still do) with this in college? Continue reading »

Benibla Athletics Summer College 2015 Lookbook

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After releasing the 1st part last month, Paris-based imprint Benibla unveils its Athletics Summer College 2015 collection. Continue reading »

Students in China Use High Tech ‘James Bond’ Spy Devices to Cheat in College Exams

Nearly 10 million high school students sat China’s national college entrance exams last weekend. The ‘Gaokao’ is a fiercely competitive, make-or-break test that determines the path of a student’s life. Some tried to improve their chances by using high-tech equipment straight out of a James Bond film.

Police have released photos of some of the devices they confiscated, such as a camera hidden in a pair of glasses and a tiny receiver that looks like a coin.

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A hidden coil in a shirt, two batteries, a mobile phone and a receiver are displayed after being found on a student about to take an exam, in Chengdu, Sichuan province, China. (Reuters)
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