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UHawaii Launches Basic Needs Website for Struggling Students

The University of Hawaii has taken steps to ensure student welfare on and off-campus by launching the UH Student Basic Needs website.

How to Transfer Colleges: All You Need to Know

Transferring colleges can be time-consuming but when you follow the right direction, the whole process can easily be worth it.

VCU Suspends Fraternity After Student Dies of Suspected Hazing

Virginia Commonwealth University suspended a local fraternity after a 19-year-old freshman was found dead following a fraternity rush event involving alcohol.

UVM Students, Faculty Sign No-Confidence Petition Against Leadership

Students, faculty, and staff members at the University of Vermont are up in arms in response to recent decisions by the administration on how to address an $8.6 million budget deficit.

Thomas College Student Develops ‘Interactive’ Snowmobile Maps

A Thomas College student has developed a comprehensive map system that snowmobile riders can use for free to explore trails throughout Maine. 

Phoenix College Pairs up With Nonprofit to Help Single Moms Graduate

Phoenix College has established a partnership with Helping Hands for Single Moms to provide financial support for single mothers looking to graduate and enter nursing careers.

Affirmative Action Critics Ask Supreme Court Involvement on Harvard Racism Case

Students for Fair Admissions requested the US Supreme Court take up their lawsuit against Harvard College, challenging admissions policies that favor some racial groups over others. 

The College Student’s Guide to Career Counselors and Guidance

Whether you’re a freshman looking for career options or a graduate looking for a job, working with a career counselor can help you understand the planning and decision-making process.