Student life

Political Engagement 101

Specific curricular approaches can move students beyond apathy and ignorance -- without necessarily changing their ideologies, new Carnegie study finds.

When Student Writing Could be a Red Flag

Virginia Tech's creative writing faculty craft guidelines to help instructors and teaching assistants discern writing that may signal danger from prose that is just disturbing.

A College, and a Wardrobe, Get a Makeover

Paul Quinn College establishes a mandatory dress code as part of a broad overhaul intended to reinvent the once-struggling institution.

The Vice President Who Disappeared

Professors and students at Manhattanville are demanding to know why a popular administrator worked there one day and was gone the next.

Making Women Safer on Campus

University of Kentucky takes evidence-based approach to combating violence against women -- and early results are promising.

Weighing the Reach of a Title IX Ruling

Legal experts agree on significance of appeals court decision reinstating sexual assault lawsuit at U. of Colorado, but split on whether it puts unfair onus on colleges to monitor students.

Fighting for Your Right to Party

Rowdy campus bashes present administrators with a balancing act: regulating events while not encouraging students to go "underground."

The Alternative Student Press

An increasing number of online-only publications are changing what it means to be a college journalist.

A Clash of Rights

Appeals court ruling on right of public university to apply anti-bias rule to fraternity stuns many -- and could extend far beyond Greek life.

Back to a Diet of Coke?

Swarthmore College takes another look at its decision to ban the soft drink company from campus.

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