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UOregon Sues Ex-Cop for Lying, Hiding Evidence in Trial

The University of Oregon has filed a lawsuit against a former campus police officer after it claimed that the officer, who was involved in an altercation with a Latino bicyclist, lied in police reports and concealed evidence.

Two Iowa State Students Die in Boating Accident

Iowa State University is mourning the loss of two students found dead after a crew club practice ended in tragedy on Sunday.

Asian Student Groups Demand Better Anti-Racism Response From Duke

Asian student groups at Duke University came together to pressure the administration to come up with better responses and measures in the wake of racist attacks targeting Asian communities in the US.

How to Budget and Save Money in College: 5 Steps to Financial Success

Your college expenses can be an absolute headache to deal with but a college student budget can help you get sorted. Here's all you need to know to start.

Sewanee Students Hold Protest Against Racism on Campus

Students from the University of the South, also known as Sewanee, walked out of class on Monday in a protest against campus racism.

Biden Administration Reviews DeVos’ Campus Sexual Assault Policies

In an effort to overturn controversial policies enacted by the previous administration, President Joe Biden has instructed the US Department of Education to review all campus sexual assault policies.

University of Colorado Students Cause Chaos With Unauthorized Party

Violence erupted after police arrived to break up a massive party with hundreds of students at the University of Colorado Boulder on Saturday.

UNLV Student Becomes Street Musician to Pay for College

The ongoing pandemic has made it hard for a University of Nevada Las Vegas student to continue paying for college. Taking matters into her own hands, Maria Bassil, 18, began playing violin on the streets of Nevada to raise money.