Student elections have been a quiet affair this fall as students have begun to shy away from politics.
Arab college students contribute billions to U.S. economy, while few American students venture to the region.
After the Paris attacks, Muslim students fear that terrorism will be confused with their religion.
A student seeking a master’s degree got an unpleasant surprise when she showed up at her dormitory.
The split between opposing factions in Palestine, Fatah and Hamas, is surfacing in ugly ways at the university in the West Bank, students say.
Medical students’ protests stopped the Ministry of Health’s attempt to make it mandatory for students to work in remote areas after graduation.
In one of the most war-ravaged cities of the world, a Syrian-supported effort tries to establish safe havens where children can learn.
The Syrian Ministry of Higher Education has started requiring those who seek to enter many of the health professions to study an extra year before their professional education.
Some Syrians show a determination to turn the “lost generation” of Syrian youth into a found generation.
Students who pay extra to study in English at Cairo University say they don’t get their money’s worth. Administrators say they are fixing the problem.