Four Temple University students are Philadelphia’s latest home invasion victims.
The Jersey Shore in March does not offer the best spring break amenities, but that is exactly what Harrison Dunn had in mind. Four months after Sandy, he is here to help.
La Salle University students, this week, heard a scathing account of America’s counter-insurgency effort in Iraq.
Thirteen western Pennsylvania high school students have been suspended for two days each for shooting a classroom video of the “Harlem Shake” — an Internet video craze — which was also posted online.
On Monday, the former principal and two teachers at Triton High School in South Jersey took a plea deal from prosecutors in a sex scandal and alleged cover-up that rocked Runnemede last year.
Authorities have identified the Philadelphia driver who was operating a bus that struck an overpass in Boston, injuring dozens aboard. Massachusetts police say 66-year-old Samuel J. Jackson was driving the bus Saturday night.
What are the free speech rights of students to post mean things on a website that they write off campus and not during school hours?
The Pottsgrove School District says three students fainted this morning during choral practice and other students may have overreacted.
The $50 million gift is from philanthropist Eugene Lang, Swarthmore Class of 1938 and an entrepreneur who has paid for the college education of 15,000 students through his “I Have A Dream” Foundation.
Some students consider school to be a grind, but one Pittsburgh-area school district says a bigger problem is some student couples “grinding” it out on the dance floor.
A Pennsylvania high school student claims he was unfairly punished after a fellow student secretly recorded him having sex with his girlfriend in a Casablanca hotel during a school trip.
During the recent teachers strike in Chicago and throughout the nation, there is a continuing conversation about levels of teacher accountability.
Do those permission slips you sign to allow a school to take your child on a field trip mean you can’t sue the school when something goes wrong?
Police and school officials are imploring students to ask for help after four students have killed themselves in one northeastern Pennsylvania county in a single week.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that while credit card laws are supposed to protect young people from piling up too much debt, there are still some risks.