The Universidad Católica Andrés Bello (UCAB) has become the first private Venezuelan university to create a protocol for sexual abuse prevention and gender or sexual identity discrimination—and it's tending also to harassment complaints
Professors in Venezuela used to do well enough to sustain themselves and their families. With their current wages, they’re a step away from starving
The first class of Journalism at Mérida’s Universidad de los Andes campus started in July 2016, with 25 students. Three years later, there are only eight. This essay is part of La Vida de Nos’ #SemilleroDeNarradores
Part of the concrete canopy of the famous corridors that connect the buildings of Ciudad Universitaria collapsed this morning
In a rare bit of (seemingly) good news for the opposition, President Chávez has decided to veto the Universities Law that the 95% chavista outgoing National Assembly just...