Of the 10 summer study abroad programs offered this summer, four were canceled because of low student enrollment or changes in faculty plans.
The University will no longer provide a service allowing students to rent safes in their residence halls.
About 300 graduates were told to commit their lives to helping others as they received diplomas from the medical school Saturday.
The Class of 2018 raised a record-breaking $140,882, surpassing previous classes’ gifts to the University.
About 130 doctoral candidates in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences received their doctoral hoods Thursday evening.
The Board of Trustees will consider a 5 percent increase to employee health care benefits at its May meeting Friday.
Experts and student leaders said the new system will provide a more streamlined process and require less work for students trying to address technical issues.
About 6 percent of graduate students voted in last week’s election – more than last year, but still significantly less than turnout among undergraduates.
Student Association candidates talked about their plans for sustainability in a two-hour town hall in the Elliott School of International Affairs Thursday night.
The head of the Transportation Security Administration discussed the challenges the agency faces – including cybersecurity – in a speech Wednesday at Jack Morton Auditorium.