Tuesday, September 28, 2021


UTSA Professor Allows Student Mental Health Absences

A professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio revealed that she is permitting students to skip her class for mental health reasons.

Everett College Erases Debts of Over 3,400 Students

Everett Community College in Washington is canceling student loan debt for more than 3,400 students

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.

Anti-Black Incidents See ‘Disturbing Increase’ at UMass

The University of Massachusetts – Amherst is seeing a “disturbing increase” in racist incidents targeting Black students on campus.

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.

8 Arrested on Charges of Hazing in Death of VCU Freshman

Eight students have been arrested and three others indicted seven months after Virginia Commonwealth University student Adam Oakes died of alcohol poisoning at a fraternity party.

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.

Georgetown Students Exhibit Symptoms of Foodborne Infection

Several students at Georgetown University have reported suffering from severe stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.