The Store now offers toiletries like shampoo, soap and toothbrushes and feminine hygiene products, like tampons and pads.
Nina Seavey, the head of the School of Media and Public Affairs’ Documentary Center, will step down after 30 years in her position.
A researcher will use a new lab space to determine how their fish ancestors migrated from the ocean to land.
A panel of students and experts discussed how colonialism affects students’ lives on campus at Funger Hall Tuesday.
Three global health professors are partnering with Save the Children to develop family planning intervention techniques in Tanzania and Bangladesh.
Nursing experts said increasing the number of doctoral programs will address nationwide nursing scientist shortages and help nurses improve patient care.
Enrollment in a health sciences doctorate program in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences has tripled since its debut in 2016.
Institutional data shows that enrollment in a School of Nursing graduate program has halved since its first year.
Wag! has given students opportunities to pick up extra money alongside classes and extracurriculars.
An incoming professor of medicine will establish a culinary medicine center in the medical school when he arrives on campus in January.