Officials running the University’s food pantry are continuing efforts to establish an endowment after the pantry’s top administrative partner departed.
The number of students using an anonymous mental health hotline leaped to 40 users since its launch last academic year.
A new zero-tolerance policy prohibits “sexual or amorous relationships” between students and faculty.
About 100 faculty, graduates and family gathered for the Undergraduate Interfaith Baccalaureate Service at the Western Presbyterian Church Saturday.
Students who apply to the Milken Institute School of Public Health will soon be able to declare their public health major.
After registering as a student organization in November, Delta Iota Gamma recruited 12 members to its inaugural pledge class earlier this semester.
The Student Association Senate-elect unanimously confirmed all of SA President-elect Ashley Le’s nine cabinet picks Tuesday.
Students said they’re graduating in three years to avoid the cost of an extra year and head into a career as soon as their requirements are satisfied.
Experts said an increased focus on career services could have led to a jump in the number of students earning more than $60,000 after graduation.
The resolution demanded that officials hire a CHC leader with a health care background and provide financial aid for students who cannot afford University health care.