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Students Are Learning to Stop Opioid Overdoses

As concerns grow over the presence of fentanyl and other opiates on campus, more colleges and universities are making the overdose-reversal drug naloxone widely available.

Make Title IX Policies More Student-Friendly

New research finds students aren’t able to comprehend typical Title IX policies. Here’s why that’s a problem, Laura Beth Nielsen and Kat Albrecht write.

Online Leaders: Fully In-person Students Will Be Outliers

Chief online officers believe most students' academic paths will feature prominent online components by 2025, a new survey finds. Other campus leaders see bigger role for in-person learning.

Reimagining Student Affairs

​The challenges facing students and institutions call for a holistic approach that centers student success, well-being and belonging, Mary Dana Hinton writes.

Colleges Face a Student Housing Squeeze

Some colleges attribute long wait lists for campus housing to heightened demand for a residential experience following two-plus years of COVID-19 disruptions.

A Cash-Strapped Public University Turns to the Private Sector

Officials at Eastern Michigan University say a new public-private partnership is the only way to solve their student housing woes. Some worry about a slide toward privatization.

Bills to Address Mental Health, Addiction on Campus Pass House

Two bipartisan bills targeting mental health and substance abuse passed the House. They would create new policies for campuses to carry out evidence-based programs to address the rising mental health crisis.

Under Investigation for Criticizing Roe Decision

American University is investigating eight law students for criticizing, in a private group chat, the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade. FIRE called it an “absolute abomination.”