Seniors will tell you when they land a job or receive a graduate school acceptance. In the meantime, ask them how they are holding up before graduation.
Students have a right to know how officials view a contested label that is supposed to bring the community together.
The Smithsonian Institute must examine the important voices that have advanced the country and continue to shine a light on these figures.
When professors require students to attend events outside of class, they must make sure these external events are financially accessible for all students.
Whether you are single or in a relationship, take time to celebrate the women in your life this Valentine’s season.
Encouraging an open dialogue about studying abroad communicates to students that it’s OK to feel lonely or stressed during a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
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.