Monthly Archives: April 2018

Guides to ‘Being Not-Rich’ Are Springing Up at Elite Colleges. Should Administrators Adopt Them?

As the low-income experience begins to shed its social stigma, students are taking on the task of making one another feel welcome.

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Why the End of Greek Life at Penn State Is ‘Still a Distinct Possibility’

At a conference on the future of fraternities and sororities, Eric J. Barron, president of Penn State, expressed frustration with Greek life as well as cautious optimism on its reform.

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‘Being Not-Rich’: Low-Income Students at Michigan Share Savvy Advice

“There’s this assumption that everyone here is wealthy,” says one of the online guide’s creators.

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Syracuse Reels as Second Offensive Video Is Published of Now-Expelled Fraternity

The new video shows members pretending to sexually assault a disabled person. The university’s chancellor, Kent Syverud, said Syracuse would conduct a “top to bottom” review of its Greek system.

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Syracuse Suspends Fraternity After Video Surfaces of Members Taking Racist Oath

Kent Syverud, the university’s chancellor, called the video of students using racial and anti-Semitic slurs “extremely troubling and disturbing.”

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Syracuse Suspends Fraternity After Video Surfaces of Member Taking Racist Oath

Kent Syverud, the university’s chancellor, called the video of students using racial and anti-Semitic slurs "extremely troubling and disturbing." 

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Student Journalists, We Want to Help You Cover Your Colleges

Student reporters are typically the best positioned to tell the important stories about their institutions, but they often lack the knowledge and resources to do so. That’s where The Chronicle’s Fall Reporting Workshop comes in.

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After Week of Turmoil, Student-Body President Is Impeached at Texas State

Amid allegations of pervasive racism, the student official struck a defiant tone, urging a guilty verdict. Meantime, the university’s president announced steps to make the campus more inclusive.

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After Week of Turmoil, Student-Body President Is Impeached at Texas State

Amid allegations of pervasive racism, the student official struck a defiant tone, urging a guilty verdict. Meantime, the university’s president announced steps to make the campus more inclusive.

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Student Occupation, Coming to a Campus Near You

From Howard to NYU, students have been shutting down offices and sleeping in hallways, with few consequences from administrators.

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