Anish Rajaram, 19, was found dead in his Dublin, Ohio home on Jan. 18. Investigators said he, his mom and his dad had been dead for days after an apparent murder-suicide. Police are still working to determine who pulled the trigger. Rajaram enrolled at Miami University in 2021. The accounting major in the Farmer School of Business was an active member of the business organization Pi Sigma Epsilon and Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
- CBS Miami
CBS4's Anna McAllister reports on the fight that took place at a Miami-Dade public school and how it affecting students.
Columnist Carrie Seidman says New College's recent board meeting was a display of callous arrogance and disregard for the liberal arts school's future.
- Tallahassee Democrat
“Exaggerated rubbish,” said a FSU business professor. “I suspect that the vast majority of our thousands of business students would find claims of indoctrination laughable."
- Fox News
Bryan Kohberger frequented Idaho Student Union Building before murders and had a staring problem: report
University of Idaho stabbings suspect Bryan Kohberger hung out at the Student Union before the crime despite attending a different school, a new report claims.
- The Hill
Former principal of Virginia school where 6-year-old shot teacher wasn’t warned about gun, lawyer claims
The former principal of Richneck Elementary School says she was not aware of the accused student bringing a weapon to school on the day of the shooting, her lawyer states.
- NBC News
A student was arrested after cell phone video surfaced this week of two boys viciously beating a girl aboard a school bus in Florida, district officials said.
- Miami Herald
“He was a beacon of light on campus,” his principal said.
- The Repository
Jackson Local school leaders say they offered ex-teacher Vivian Geraghty alternatives to using students' preferred names but she rejected them.
- The 74
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- The Des Moines Register
The "Giving Parents a Voice" townhall featured controversial issues surrounding public education and resulted in several protesters escorted out.
Takeover of New College by Gov. Ron DeSantis' conservative board members comes with callous disregard for students, faculty, alumni and the community.
The Nyack Middle School principal says that the district's food vendor, Aramark, changed the original planned hot lunch menu without notice
- The 74
Michigan education advocates and leaders urged the Senate Education Committee Tuesday to pass a bill to remove the controversial retention component from the state’s Read by Grade 3 law. Senate Bill 12, sponsored by Senate Education Committee Chair Sen. Dayna Polehanki (D-Livonia), aims to reform Michigan’s third-grade reading law by removing a mandate that requires […]
Three University of Idaho students have reported seeing Bryan Kohberger on campus in unnerving encounters that made them feel “uncomfortable” before the quadruple homicide that stunned the quiet college town. Kohberger has been accused of sneaking into an off-campus residence in Moscow, Idaho in November and brutally stabbing four of the occupants inside, all of whom had been students at the university. But now three other students have stepped forward to report that they may have seen Kohberger
- Tallahassee Democrat
Florida State athletics profits over $10.3 million in 2022 fiscal year
- Fox News
New York school, food vendor apologize for serving chicken and waffles on first day of Black History Month
A New York middle school and its food vendor have both apologized for serving chicken and waffles on the first day of Black History Month which upset some parents.
- The Daily Beast
YouTube/KCRAA California school district is scrambling to find solutions after a racist, student-created social media post that mocked Black History Month and featured images of their Black principal and classmates did the rounds this week.In a press release late Wednesday afternoon, the Dixon Unified School District issued a lengthy letter on its website detailing the incident.“The nature of the post is racially offensive,” the note read.According to the statement, earlier that day, a parent of
- Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Suit alleges bias in state voke school admissions
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
The financial reward of a college education may be diminished, but the value of expanding your worldview is priceless.
The two male students have been arrested.