More than a fifth of 18-year-olds from low-participation areas of UK offered places this year Record numbers of young people from the most disadvantaged backgrounds in the UK have won places to go to this
When Jacqueline Woodson’s mother died, late in the summer of 2009, the writer and her siblings had to sort out what to do with the Brooklyn building where they spent much of their childhoods. Their mother
Scotland's universities, staff and students issue joint warning to SNP to stop funding cuts or risk 'significant' decline
Scotland's universities, their staff and students have issued an unprecedented joint warning to SNP ministers to stop their funding cuts or risk a "significant and long-term decline" in higher education.
Every sentence is a steak dinner. You can’t read Thea Astley if you’re afraid of hard work. To tell the story of how I fell for The Acolyte by Thea Astley, first I need to talk about a different book.
Jane Mead, an American poet whose work was largely inspired by her love of nature and the interconnections between organisms and their environments, has died. Mead died of endometrial cancer Sept. 8 in