Summer can make social media posts seem like an unattainable daydream. It’s time for us to look away from the screens and take a break from scrolling.
Conversations about mental health shouldn’t be reserved for high school and college students.
All professors should give students the opportunity – at least once during the semester – to choose the subject matter of an assignment.
A religious life center would provide a place for students to engage in worship, community activities and hold interfaith events with each other.
We need to reinforce that mental and physical strength – not societal beauty standards – are the most important outcomes of being healthy.
It’s vital that professors speak out against sexual harassment because their voices are impactful in the world of academia and within their fields of study.
POD advisors should be broken down into groups based on similar majors and departments rather than solely last names to benefit both students and advisors.
Even though it’s great to raise money for worthy causes, that will not gain students the personal experiences that come from active volunteer work.
My research has never involved looking up a potential professor on LinkedIn or Googling them, but I’ve realized this semester that it definitely should.
Title IX officials running the mandatory sexual assault education program should have informed freshmen about the investigation during Title IX training.