A woman raped 23 years ago as a college freshman has turned her life around and is now speaking to professionals who handle sexual assault cases.
Princeton University officials say more than 90 percent of the eligible students and staff received a meningitis vaccine this week as part of the university’s effort to halt an outbreak.
Seniors without family or friends can have an especially tough time at the holidays. So a group of Wharton students stepped in to give some of them their own party.
New Jersey students have again scored among the top in the nation in standardized tests often used to compare states’ education systems.
Temple University is working on a new master plan for the library after the old plan was discarded due to enrollment.
Parents and public school advocates say they’re not at all pleased with the School District’s plans for $45 million dollars recently released by Governor Corbett and they gave City Council an earful this past week.
Drexel University’s student produced TV sitcom gets a special airing on a Philadelphia commercial television station this weekend.
Students from Villanova University will be fanning out across Philadelphia on Saturday for the 8th Annual Saint Thomas Day of Service.
Statistics indicate that the past decade has been one of stagnation with regard to child welfare. These children are the future of our nation.
Police are investigating an incident involving “inappropriate touching” at an elementary school in West Philadelphia.
Several people in a group of 40 chaperones and students visiting Penn State’s main campus say they came home with bedbug bites.
Haverford Township Police were called after a bus ride home from school turned chaotic Tuesday.
Major League Baseball and its 30 teams plan to take thousands of teenagers to see the Jackie Robinson film “42.”
Districts that provide students with laptops, cell phones or other electronic devices will now have to provide written notification that the device may track them.
Archdiocesan officials announced Wednesday that starting in the fall, Archbishop Ryan High School seniors will have the opportunity to take college level courses taught by Holy Family University professors on the Ryan Campus.