Saraha Children’s School, which combines Buddhist teachings with a more standard curriculum, has just opened in Eugene.
It appears that Nalanda University, the academic and symbolic center of Buddhist scholarship founded in the 5th century AD, is opening its doors again for the first time since its destruction 800 years ago. According to Vice-Chancellor Gopa Sabarwal, only fifteen students have been selected for the first term, out of more than a thousand […]
Zoketsu Norman Fischer offered contemplative questions to graduates at Stanford University this past Saturday, says the Stanford Report.
Buddhist sixth grader allegedly told to “change his religion” by Louisiana public school officials.
Bringing Buddhist Studies into the modern world is Robert Y. C. Ho’s goal, chairman of a charity funding such efforts.
Charles G. “Chuck” Lief, who was announced last year as the new president of Naropa University, will be formally inaugurated Saturday.
According to reports, Yale university has ended its nine-year relationship with Indigo Blue, a nonprofit center for Buddhist life.
Today is the first annual International Day of the Girl, established by the United Nations to celebrate girls around the world.
Sara Eckel discovers that volunteering isn’t about getting back more than you give. It’s just about giving.
The Clergy Letter Project is inviting Buddhist clergy to sign its open letter on religion and science in education.