At many colleges, budding journalists and their advisers are still fighting for freedom of speech.
Now that same-sex couples have the right to wed, will higher-ed institutions that condemn LGBT students still be eligible for federal funding?
Advocates say that a guaranteed basic income can lead to more creative, fulfilling work. The question is how to fund it.
A growing number of people are turning to online counseling, possibly at the expense of their privacy or the quality of the mental-health care they receive.
As full-time pastors become a thing of the past, more and more seminary grads are taking on secular jobs to supplement their incomes.
Social media has eroded young people's privacy—and advocates are trying to win it back.
More and more schools are letting students live in single dorm rooms.
More Christian parents are asking for mainstream science in their children's curricula. Will religious textbook companies deliver?
While some of their leaders denounce environmentalism as pagan worship, others are adopting a distinctly Christian approach to "creation care."
There was a time when we took our signatures seriously, when we believed they said something about who we are. But now we have pin numbers.
Experts say that German newspapers and magazines are beginning to face the same predicament as their American counterparts
If online searches are literal, what happens to headlines with word play? Copy editors fear they're going the way of the classified ad.