‘Princeton Mom’ Rape Comments Blasted In Alumni Letter

‘Princeton Mom’ Rape Comments Blasted In Alumni Letter

Members of the Princeton University class of 1978 want everyone to know how unhappy they are about rape comments made by self-proclaimed “Princeton Mom,” Susan Patton. Patton’s original comments were made in a mid-December interview with CNN. She said, “I think what makes this conversation so particularly prickly is the definition of rape. It no

New Study Shows Graduation Rate Gap Between Rich and Poor Students

New Study Shows Graduation Rate Gap Between Rich and Poor Students

The new report was released on Tuesday from the Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education and the University of Pennsylvania Alliance for Higher Education and Democracy (PennAHEAD) finding the graduation gap between the richest and poorest students in American to have doubled within the last 40 years. The study, Indicators of


UVA President Pledges To Be A Voice of Change In The Fight For Campus Safety

UVA President Pledges To Be A Voice of Change In The Fight For Campus Safety

The University of Virginia announced that officials are considering including a new center for researching violence. There is also talk of including classes for students to take covering campus safety. These tentative plans come in the wake of a turbulent few months for the university after a now discredited magazine article created a fire storm


UMass Amherst Ends Controversial Confidential Student Informant Program

UMass Amherst Ends Controversial Confidential Student Informant Program

UMass Amherst announced the decision to end the hotly debated program that uses the university’s students as confidential informants to aid campus police in investigations on campus. The program’s end comes after a nearly three month long review by a team of 11 people from the campus and is effective immediately, according the announcement on

64 Dartmouth Students Charged With Honor Code Violations

64 Dartmouth Students Charged With Honor Code Violations

64 Dartmouth College students are likely wishing they had adhered to the school’s code of conduct as they face charges for honor code violations. The students in question allegedly engaged in cheating and falsified attendance in their sports ethics class. The issue was brought to light in November when the Department of Religion Chairman, Randall


Boston Housing Officials Set to Inspect Over 580 Apartments Housing College Students

Boston Housing Officials Set to Inspect Over 580 Apartments Housing College Students

Housing officials in Boston are gearing up to inspect over 580 city apartments that are housing college students from 31 of the surrounding colleges to ensure that there aren’t any zoning or safety violations in need of attention. A report by the Boston Globe last year shed some much needed light on the overcrowding and

University of Pikeville Joins eSports Club With New League of Legends Scholarship

University of Pikeville Joins eSports Club With New League of Legends Scholarship

The University of Pikeville becomes the second school in the country to offer scholarships to students for dominating the video game, League of Legends. The Kentucky liberal arts college, joins Chicago’s Robert Morris University in making the popular multiplayer online battle arena game into an recognized sport on the collegiate level. Students receiving scholarships for


Arkansas College Students Now Have A New Mobile Friendly Way To View Financial Aid Information

Arkansas College Students Now Have A New Mobile Friendly Way To View Financial Aid Information

College students in Arkansas now has a new and convenient way to view important scholarship, grant and loan information from a cellphone and tablet friendly website. The Arkansas Department of Higher Education (ADHE) and the Information Network of Arkansas is introducing the mobile friendly website, Scholarships.ADHE.edu, as a means to help parents, students and teachers review the

Rising Reports Of On-Campus Stalking Bring Changes To Clery Act

Rising Reports Of On-Campus Stalking Bring Changes To Clery Act

The most recent amendment to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act comes as a result of the rising rates of stalking on college campuses. To support the amendment, Washington State University has released their annual safety report which shows a surprising 16 cases of stalking occurring on campus during


Marshall University Appoints Gary White as New Interim President

Marshall University Appoints Gary White as New Interim President

Gary White has been appointed as the new interim president of Marshall University. White was voted into the position by the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission with a unanimous vote during an emergency hearing on Tuesday. The current Marshall University president, Stephen Kopp died unexpectedly on December 17th after a hospital stay. His death


Texas A&M Student Assistant Coach Permanently Removed From Football Program After Sideline Shoving

Texas A&M Student Assistant Coach Permanently Removed From Football Program After Sideline Shoving

Student assistant coach at Texas A&M, Kevin Sumlin, has been removed from the football program after shoving players from West Virginia University during the Autozone Liberty Bowl on Monday. Richardson’s conduct was reviewed by coach Kevin Sumlin, who took swift action and dismissed Richardson from his post quickly. Sumlin said in an apology to anyone

ASU and Thunderbird School of Global Management Sign a Deal to Merge

ASU and Thunderbird School of Global Management Sign a Deal to Merge

Arizona State University and the Thunderbird School of Global Management have finally inked out a deal that will officially make the Glendale college a part of the ever expanding ASU system. The joining of the two schools allows the two to join together and offer students access to innovative resources and strong international business centered


The Yankees and Silver Shield Foundation Pledge to Cover the Educational Expenses for the Children of Slain NYPD Officer

The Yankees and Silver Shield Foundation Pledge to Cover the Educational Expenses for the Children of Slain NYPD Officer

The New York Yankees and the Silver Shield Foundation has pledged to fund the educational needs for the children of slain NYPD officer, Rafael Ramos Officer Ramos and his partner, Officer Wenjian Liu, were tragically killed in the line of duty when they were ambushed in their squad car on Saturday. Ramos leaves behind two

Accepted and Rejected: Johns Hopkins University Sends Out Welcome Emails in Error

Accepted and Rejected: Johns Hopkins University Sends Out Welcome Emails in Error

If you listened very carefully towards the end of last last, you may have been able to hear the dreams crushed of 294 Johns Hopkins University applicants, but this wasn’t the first time. The university sent out emails to the 294 applicants who applied for early acceptance, stating that they had been accepted despite previously


University of Florida Issues Alert After Receiving Threatening Twitter Messages

University of Florida Issues Alert After Receiving Threatening Twitter Messages

Tuesday evening, the University of Florida received a series of threatening Twitter messages from 15 different accounts sent from across the country. Each message came through at exactly the same moment  and cryptically said, “I’m gonna shoot up the college tomorrow.” University officials sent out an email at about 1 a.m. Wednesday morning alerting students and


Rally for UAB Football Programs Draws in Students, Athletes and Alumni

Rally for UAB Football Programs Draws in Students, Athletes and Alumni

Students, athletes and alumni of the University of Alabama at Birmingham marched together and rallied for many hours on Monday as a result of school officials potentially shutting down the football program. Those in attendance could be heard chanting “We want football” and “We are UAB, We are Birmingham” as they marched in solidarity towards


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