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Fraternity Suspends University of Michigan Chapter

The national office of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity has suspended the University of Michigan’s chapter following an alleged hazing...
Emory students attend a campaign event on campus in November 2022

Finding a New Angle—Testimonies Combat Toxic Perfectionism

Emory University leaders created an awareness campaign, pulling stories from administrators who have overcome obstacles to find hope, to teach students the value of resilience and reframing.

Students walk around New York University campus

Survey: Peer Support, Connection Are Critical to Student Wellness

A new report identifies the factors that contribute to college student thriving, including personal connection and health behaviors, and how residential communities can help.

Four college students from behind walking on campus with backpacks

Data-Based Decisions Tips: Using FAFSA Data to Reach At-Need Students

A 2022 Dear Colleague letter from the Education Department encouraged colleges and universities to use FAFSA data to reach out to students about their eligibility for federal benefits, but few did. A new report identifies strategies for direct outreach to better support financially insecure students.

A screenshot of a digital version of the AACC Pantry Cookbook, created in fall 2023

Student-Made Cookbook Offers Recipes for Campus Pantry Users

Students at a Maryland community college created a cookbook featuring favorite family recipes that use ingredients commonly found in the free campus food pantry.

A photo of a lobby with multiple chairs and a long counter. The wall reads: "Counseling and Psychological Services, Florida State University."

Counseling Centers See a Rise in Traumatized Students

Nearly half of all students who visit counseling centers report trauma. In response, colleges are changing the treatments and supports they offer.

A point of view shot of a small multiethnic group of young men pulling on a rope at their local gym. They are wearing sports clothing and training in an indoor gym.

Student Wellness Tip: Encouraging Students to Be Active

To promote wellness, colleges and universities encourage students to practice healthy fitness and exercise habits through various programs and initiatives.

Small COVID Outbreak Closes Paine College

Responding to a minor COVID-19 outbreak, Paine College in Augusta, Ga., closed its campus to the public Monday and mandated...