Colleges say the Department of Education's guidance on campus sexual assault is vague and inconsistent.
Students and Violence
Is teaching under campus carry still teaching? New guidelines from the Faculty Senate at U of Houston ask the question, with suggestions such as dropping controversial course content for safety concerns.
It's widely known that doctors and health professions students suffer from high rates of depression, but their busy schedules and the stigma surrounding mental health still prevent many from seeking help.
Someone often is aware that a person is planning an attack before it occurs yet does not effectively intervene, writes Michael L. Sulkowski.
State of Virginia has proposed a pilot program that would create a regional center for investigating cases of campus sexual violence.
National Collegiate Athletic Association releases new guidelines on dealing with the mental health of college athletes, an issue that remains a top concern for the association's chief medical officer.
MLA members protest new state law at Texas Capitol -- and argue that guns have no place in college classrooms.
That's the claim of concealed carry supporters, but the evidence is limited and clear examples are few and far between.
The U.S. Department of Education's guidance on how colleges handle cases of sexual violence and harassment improperly created sweeping regulatory changes, Republican senators say.
Literature and language professors will use the tools of their trade to protest a new Texas law.
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