An incorrectly weighted rankings system reveals more about universities' incentives than their performance.
Students will automatically fail an assignment if they hand it in more than ten days late.
It takes a special kind of thick myopia to think that we are not invested in student politics. Universities are places less and less accommodating of unions. As the sheer pressure of getting by grows, more students are taking ruthlessly pragmatic degrees and second jobs just to justify the rigmarole of tertiary education. The reality is…
An increased number of students reading Latin texts can only be a good thing, writes Tom Gardner.