Monthly Archives: August 2017

Colleges Confront the Perils of Frats

Alcohol, hazing, and secrecy are a dangerous combination. How are colleges trying to limit the risks?

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Colleges Confront the Perils of Frats

Alcohol, hazing, and secrecy are a dangerous combination. How are colleges trying to limit the risks?

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How One University Is Challenging an Ugly ‘Tradition’ Among Students

Five years after a student’s death, Cornell University has found that rules may help combat hazing, but changing mind-sets is the key.

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Who Helps and Hurts in Fighting Unruly Frats

As colleges try to rein in hazing and other misconduct, they will find some natural partners both on campus and off. Other groups may not always be so helpful.

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After Charlottesville, What Will the College Republicans Stand For?

Members of the student organization, long a minority group in higher education, may continue to serve as gleeful instigators on campuses. And if they don’t, someone else might take up the mantle.

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Colleges Are Trying a Broad Approach to Autistic Students. What Will That Cost?

Students on or around the autism spectrum are enrolling in ever greater numbers. Colleges are trying to identify them, set them up for success, and figure out how to pay for it all.

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Colleges Are Trying a Broad Approach to Autistic Students. What Will That Cost?

Students on or around the autism spectrum are enrolling in ever greater numbers. Colleges are trying to identify them, set them up for success, and figure out how to pay for it all.

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American U. Expels 18 Students for Involvement in Rogue Frat

The university cracked down on members of a group that had repeatedly been accused of hazing sexual assault, and other violations.

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American U. Expels 18 Students for Involvement in Rogue Frat

The Washington, D.C., university cracked down on members of a group that had repeatedly been accused of hazing, sexual assault, and other violations.

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The Stubborn Stigma of the Male Nurse

Despite the economic advantages, men shun certain health-care fields that have traditionally been associated with women.

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