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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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At A Campus Scarred By Hazing, Cries For Help

One student said she feared for her boyfriend’s health and ability to do his schoolwork because he was coming home from fraternity pledging around 4 a.m. with gashes and cuts on his hands and elbows that reopened daily.

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Guide Created to Promote Mental Health and Safety on College Campuses

New Resource Offers Tips On How To Create and Maintain Effective Campus Teams

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Cleveland State University Plans To Ban All Tobacco Use On Campus

Tobacco use will likely be banned on Cleveland State University's campus.

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University Of South Alabama Police Roll Out New Cruiser To Help Curb Drinking And Driving

A University of South Alabama student gave a thumbs-up to the school’s police chief when he saw the latest weapon against crime on campus.

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FAMU Faults Champion In His Hazing Death

Florida A&M University is not responsible for drum major Robert Champion's hazing death, according to a court document filed Monday night.

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U Of Arkansas Police Start Citing Campus Smokers

Smokers on campus are now facing citations instead of warnings at the University of Arkansas.

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MTSU Warning Students After Apparent Meningitis Death

Middle Tennessee State University officials are warning students who came into close contact with Jacob Nunley, 18, a freshman from Dyersburg, Tenn., to get checked for meningitis.

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President Mason Unsure U Of I Beer Ad Deal Is Worth Flak

If she had it to do over again, University of Iowa President Sally Mason would likely not approve the university’s contract with Anheuser-Busch because of the backlash caused by the beer company deal.

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