Monday, January 24, 2022


UMichigan to Pay $490M in Sexual Abuse Settlement

The University of Michigan will pay $490 million to settle claims of sexual harassment against a former football team doctor.

Arizona GOP Greenlights Bill Allowing Guns on Campus

Republican lawmakers in Arizona approved legislation requiring public universities to allow concealed weapon permit carriers to bring guns on campus. 

US Largest Catholic University Gives Students Nine Gender Options

DePaul University, the largest Catholic institution in the US, upgraded its web portal to include nine gender identity options.

California Offers Compensation for Student Volunteer Hours

California Governor Gavin Newsom has launched a new program to help struggling students pay for college in exchange for community service. 

UMichigan President Dismissed Over Affair With Employee

The University of Michigan removed President Mark Schlissel for having an alleged affair with another university employee.

12 Best Ways to Manage Stress: A College Student’s 101 Guide

College and stress go together like peanut butter and jelly. Good thing there are plenty of ways to manage stress in college!

ULouisville Refuses to Go Remote, Says Omicron ‘Less Severe’

The University of Louisville has refused to switch to distance classes despite the threat of the Omicron variant.

15 Best Colleges to Attend if You Want a Vibrant Social Life

Get ready for the ultimate college experience! Check out 15 of the best US colleges when it comes to a vibrant campus social life.