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‘Slutpage’ Phenomenon Possibly Widespread at American Universities

As many as one in three American college students may be visiting so-called “slutpages” —  websites, digital groups, or email lists sharing photos of women nude or semi-nude without their consent, a study has found.

Syracuse University Police Fails in Response to Campus Hate Crimes

Syracuse University has vowed to improve its community policing after the SU Department of Public Safety was determined to have failed in its response to the hate crimes and subsequent protests that erupted two years ago.

Chartwells Higher Ed Launches Ghost Kitchens on College Campuses

Chartwells Higher Education Dining Services has launched its “ghost kitchens” pilot program at select colleges and universities, crafting creative meal concepts that can be integrated into the company’s existing mobile ordering platform.

Public vs. Private College: Which One Is Right for You?

Start your college journey by choosing the right school to attend. Here's what you need to know about public and private colleges.

Binghamton University to Open Violence, Rape, and Abuse Crisis Center

Binghamton University is creating a Violence, Abuse, and Rape Crisis Center on campus to provide crucial support and services to survivors of sexual assault.

University in Texas Keeps Toilets Working With Snow, Pool Water

McMurry University in Abilene, Texas had to find alternative sources of water for dormitory bathrooms after the city’s water supply was compromised “due to multiple redundancies of the power grid failing.”

Bethune-Cookman Imposes Curfew as Students Return to Campus

Students returning to Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida will now be under a strict curfew as the school attempts to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus. 

Greek Life Parties at Syracuse University Cause COVID-19 Spike

Three massive student parties hosted by, or associated with, students participating in Greek life at Syracuse University were confirmed to be the source of at least 20 positive COVID-19 cases.