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Wesleyan to Cover Abortion Costs

Wesleyan University has agreed to cover the costs of reproductive health care for its students, a press spokesperson confirmed Thursday...
A student dining hall worker slices a pizza as other students stand in the cafeteria line

‘We’re Not Slowing Down,’ Student Workers Say

Undergraduate workers are winning collective bargaining rights, making student unions increasingly common. They’re driven by the pandemic, pro-union sentiment and each other.

Redefining Mental Health for Students: Key Podcast

Are we in the midst of a mental health crisis for college students and other young adults? How should campus...
A group of college students sit in a circle during group therapy.

On-Campus Outpatient Program Addresses Complex Student Needs

Rutgers University’s Next Step counseling services allow students to receive care and remain enrolled in the institution, eliminating barriers to higher-level counseling help.

Two police officers walk through the University of Chicago campus.

Colleges Fall Victim to Fake Shooter Threats

Nearly two dozen colleges have fallen victim to “swatting” threats in recent weeks. Public safety officials say they must be treated as real; for students, they often feel that way.

Loneliness as a Health Issue: Academic Minute

T oday on the Academic Minute: Kate Mulligan, assistant professor of social and behavioral health sciences at the University of...

American U Students Petition for Narcan After Overdose

Hundreds of American University students and alumni have signed a petition demanding that Narcan , a brand of naloxone...
Hannah Nunez sitting in an office

To Counsel or Not to Counsel?

As increased demand continues to burden college counseling centers, some professionals are wondering if students could be better served elsewhere on campus.