Student Wellness

Yale's Tailgating Rules Appear More Lenient Than Others

Yale permits kegs and rental trucks, while other colleges don't but Yale requires wristbands for students

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Rally At UC Davis: Katehi To Students: 'I'm Here To Apologize'

The UC Davis rally is under way, with students gathered on the quad carrying signs protesting tuition hikes and the pepper spray incident Friday. Here is an account of how events are unfolding.

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UC Davis Officials To Review Occupy Protest Policies

Two UC Davis police officers involved in the pepper spraying of protesters who were peacefully sitting and linking arms were placed on paid administrative leave today, university officials announced.

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Colleges Wrestle With The Complicated Question Of Alcohol And Athletics

Beer is sold to the average fan at 20 of 120 major college stadiums — twice as many as a decade ago — with West Virginia the latest to cash in.

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Eleven Arrested Following Drug Raid At Univ of New Hampshire Fraternity House

Police arrested 11 students early Sunday morning following a raid at a University of New Hampshire fraternity house that was the culmination of a lengthy drug investigation, which happened to coincide with the report of a sexual assault there early the same day.

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Ruling Likely To Bar Booze Ads In Tech, U.Va. Papers

A Virginia Supreme Court ruling likely will prohibit liquor ads in the student newspapers at Virginia Tech and the University of Virginia.

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The Psychological Impact of Cyber Bullying

School violence, the threat of violence, and harassment continues to worry educators locally, nationally and internationally. Although violence exits in its rawest form, i.e., shootings, rape, kidnapping, and bomb threats; more passive and pervasive forms of harassment and/or bullying also exist.

Va. Tech Announces Plan To Curb Alcohol Abuse

A year in the making, Virginia Tech on Friday released a methodology intended to meaningfully curb campus and off-campus alcohol misuse and abuse and related harmful behaviors during the next five to seven years.

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Mold Forces St. Mary's Students To Move To Cruise Ship

Water has always been intrinsic to the experience of attending St. Mary's College of Maryland, but that legacy took a new turn this week when hundreds of students learned that mold would force them to spend the rest of the semester living on a 300-foot cruise ship, docked beside campus on the St. Mary's River.

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