Wellness/Student Success

Yale students sue the university for ‘systemic discrimination’

The 41-page lawsuit alleges that the school pressured current and former students to withdraw while turning a blind eye to their mental health disabilities.

As the holidays approach, some colleges play it cautious with COVID

With a tripledemic looming, several colleges will revert to policies such as masking on campus temporarily after the break and requiring staff and students to get COVID tests and the updated vaccine booster.

At the University of Montana, esports is about more than competition

Grizzly Esports is not simply a place for students to play games. It's about self-discovery, building bridges and finding a welcoming community.

Is Title IX really protecting college students from sexual misconduct on campus?

A first-of-its-kind analysis explores the rate at which students were suspended and expelled from public universities for sexual harassment and crimes.

Why playing in college bowl games may motivate football players to study harder

Rather than the sport being a distraction, a new study from the University of Missouri reveals that the chance to compete in the postseason can actually motivate student-athletes to remain academically eligible to play.

How this interim dean is reigniting his college’s community

Since the pandemic, Dr. Kenneth Carter noticed a sense of burnout from his students and faculty. Using student-inspired principles, he is leading the charge at the University of Oxford of Emory to create a sense of belonging and identity for all.

Do you know what students actually want out of a college?

A growing number of students are looking beyond a college's prestigious reputation as they consider which institution is best for their future.

The pandemic may have ended but the demand for edtech is growing

The higher education technology market is expected to double by 2028 as the demand for tools required for remote instruction continues to increase.

The Basic Needs Hub: DePaul’s special mission to serve students

In February of 2020, DePaul University opened a pantry out of a storage closet on the third floor of its Lincoln Park campus. Primarily...

Are Gen Z’s complaints about college workload warranted, or are they just ‘entitled’?

At present, there are hundreds of different petitions on the website Change.org that call for the removal of professors at colleges and universities across...

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