Student Wellness

More College-Age Women Than Men Treated For Drunkenness

Growing numbers of college-age women in Amherst are requiring medical attention for consuming too much alcohol, paramedics say.

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Suit Over Roommate's Sex Habits At Stonehill Moves On

Stonehill College has convinced a judge to throw out part of a suit brought by a former student who claimed her roommate’s sexual habits caused her to suffer depression and withdraw from the college.

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Parents Sue UT Arlington Over Student's Death After Treatment At Campus Clinic

Two Tarrant County residents have filed a wrongful-death suit against the University of Texas at Arlington after their son died a week after he was treated at the school’s clinic.

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University Of Michigan Students Interrupt Biology Lecture With Elaborate Fake Musical Wedding

In October, a group of 54 students staged an elaborate fake wedding, a musical prank they decided to act out in the middle of a biology lecture led by U-M lecturer Barry O'Connor.

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Officials Seek Solution To Stem Fraternity Falls

University officials are looking for solutions in response to a series of falls from campus buildings in Idaho and Washington, mostly at fraternities and involving alcohol.

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Survey Asks Students About U of Central Arkansas

A survey of students at the University of Central Arkansas shines a light on what kind of education students feel they are getting from the public institution.

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UW-Stevens Point Mulls Banning Alcohol From Dorms

One year after a student drowned in a river after a night of drinking, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is considering banning alcohol consumption in the dorms, even for students of legal drinking age.

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Community Colleges Put Baby Boomers Back in School

In August, the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) announced that eleven colleges had been chosen to join a national program that would train 10,000 baby boomers over the next three years for new jobs in health care, education, and social service. Called the Plus 50 Encore Completion Program, it is funded by a $3.2 million grant from the Deerbrook Charitable Trust. 2013 is year one, with a kick-off meeting scheduled in San Francisco in April. Community College Report spoke with representatives from three participating colleges about the benefits of the program to both the older generation and to the schools.

Cleveland State University Plans To Be Tobacco-Free By September 2013

Cleveland State University will be tobacco-free by September 2013, according to a policy approved today by the university's board of trustees.

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