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Documents Shed Light On Impact Of Pepper-Spraying Crisis At UC Davis

Nearly a year after police pepper-sprayed students on the University of California, Davis, campus, UC officials released more than 9,500 pages of internal documents and emails Tuesday that provide the greatest glimpse yet of the incident's impact and aftermath.

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Excise Enforcement Effort Targets Binge Drinking, Tailgating At Indiana College Campuses

When the glossy-eyed young man stumbled toward the street, his "Indiana Fightin' Hoosiers" sweatshirt and jeans caked in mud, Sgt. Bill Turner knew he'd have to intervene.

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Vt Colleges, Health Dept Tackle Binge Drinking

With a higher-than-average rate of binge drinking among college students in Vermont, the state is working with colleges and universities to try to tackle the problem.

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Ca. College Athletic Staff Sued For Sex Harassment

Seven athletes on the women's track team at Mt. San Antonio College are accusing a former coach of sexual harassment.

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SMU President Creates Sex Crimes Task Force To Review School’s Student Conduct System

Facing heightened scrutiny from concerned alumni and the Dallas County district attorney, Southern Methodist University announced that it will form a task force to evaluate how it handles sexual assault reports.

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UND Takes Aim At Adolescent Obesity

For freshman college students, the combination of being away from home for the first time and newfound freedoms can prompt the piling on of extra weight.

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Since Suicide, More Resources for Transgender and Gay Students

It has been two years since Tyler Clementi, a gay freshman at Rutgers University, committed suicide after learning that his roommate had ridiculed his sexuality and invited friends to spy on him and another man through a webcam.

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State Supreme Court: Fraternity Can Be Sued In Fatal Yale Crash

The Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that a fraternity can be sued in connection with a 2003 crash that killed four Yale University students, including two Yale baseball team members.

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