Campus health officials don't have much to work with when trying to preemptively identify potentially dangerous students. Here's what they know -- and what they can do.
Has the keyboard become a tool to promote collaboration, quibbling, or chaos? Maria Shine Stewart ponders e-kindness.
Survey of counseling center directors contains an encouraging finding that suggests outreach to diverse students is working.
At Georgia State, the psychologists who helped students complained about some university policies they viewed as hurting their patients. Then the university outsourced their jobs.
A gathering of presidents from more conservative Christian colleges discusses what to do about controversies surrounding gay and lesbian students.
The growing popularity of short-term internships over winter and spring breaks gives students more time in the workplace, but raises questions of equity and value.
Community college mental health counselors report that their duties include academic and career advising, limiting time available to help on psychological issues.
Colleges might have to be more careful in answering that question from now on, thanks to federal suit against university that denied student's request for a dog in her apartment.
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