Sexual assault reports at N.Y. colleges result in few investigations, sanctions
Of nearly 4,000 complaints of sexual violence or stalking made at educational institutions in New York in 2018 only about 20 percent of the alleged incidents resulted in a formal inquiry, and, of those, less than half resulted in sanctions for the alleged perpetrators.
Liberal arts education: Waste of money or practical investment? Study’s conclusions might surprise you.
A study from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce finds that over the course of a career, a liberal arts education is remarkably practical, providing a median return on investment 40 years after enrollment that approaches $1 million.