Jeremy Bauer-Wolf

To reach this person, click here.

Most Recent Articles

June 9, 2017
The idea of colleges fielding teams for video games, an oddity just several years ago, now supports an athletic conference and is seeing major growth.
June 6, 2017
With increasing use of social media, college students -- who are already more likely to be victims of stalking -- are more at risk than ever.
June 5, 2017
Colleges are starting to accommodate transgender students, but some are doing it better than others.
June 2, 2017
Pilot survey finds good health, but also concerns about uncivil behavior by colleagues.
May 31, 2017
Students who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or queer or who are questioning their sexuality are more likely to use their school’s counseling services, but that population also reported more mental health issues, a new study has found. In 2013, the RAND Corporation, a policy think tank, surveyed more than 33,000 students at two- and four-year public universities in California about mental health problems. About 7 percent indicated they were LGBQQ (queer and questioning).
May 31, 2017
University of Utah’s new certificate program raises a question: Do students with liberal arts degrees need more to get a job?
May 30, 2017
Though a new pro-LGBTQ group on Samford University’s campus has been approved by both students and faculty, it has roiled Alabama Baptists.
May 30, 2017
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has vetoed legislation that would have barred colleges from asking about a prospective student’s criminal history on applications. The Republican governor wrote in a letter explaining his veto of the two bills from both chambers of the state’s Legislature that he felt student safety would be jeopardized.
May 26, 2017
A former fraternity member at Towson University was found guilty of hazing this week. Alexander Cantor, 22, was found guilty of hazing and sentenced to a six-month probation ending late November, online court records show. Cantor’s six-month jail sentence was suspended. He was found not guilty of reckless endangerment for the hazing episode last year.
May 26, 2017
Ohio State University will allow Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority to return to campus two years after the campus chapter was suspended for hazing and alcohol abuse. Dave Isaacs, a spokesman with Ohio State’s Office of Student Life, refused to discuss the details of the 2015 hazing episode that resulted in an intoxicated Kappa Kappa Gamma pledge being struck by a car. The sorority was suspended through May 7.

Pages

Back to Top