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Professor Warns Mating Crisis Growing as Men Skip College

A New York University professor warns that as fewer men and more women in the US are going to college, mating inequality will widen, causing serious economic and social problems.

Students at Catholic University Seek Approval for LGBT+ Club

Students at Walsh University in Ohio — a Catholic institution — have been waiting nearly four months for approval of a new LGBT+ student club at the school, a process which often takes less than two weeks.

St. Thomas Student Pleads Not Guilty to Teen Sex Trafficking

A former student at St. Thomas University pleaded not guilty on Thursday to federal charges of recruiting underage girls as part of a sex trafficking scheme.

UDallas Professor Revises Syllabus After “China Virus” Backlash

An associate professor of history at the University of Dallas referred to COVID-19 as “China virus” in his syllabus, prompting university officials to call for revisions.

Penn Gov. Announces $1M to Combat Campus Sexual Assault

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has committed $1 million to counter sexual harassment in post-secondary institutions across the state.

Drake and Broadlawns Give Community Access to Healthcare

Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa has joined forces with Broadlawns Medical Center to build a new clinic that would provide medical services to college students and the local community.

California to Use $500M of State Budget for College Housing

Lawmakers from California have agreed to allocate $500 million of the state budget to address housing insecurity within higher education.

Select Colleges Join Equity Project Supporting Minority Students

Several colleges have signed up to join a nationwide initiative that focuses on eradicating the equity gap in higher education.