Kennesaw State to Provide Campus Food Pantry Training to Nine HBCUs

Kennesaw State University’s (GA) Campus Awareness, Resource and Empowerment (CARE) Services will work to train staff members at nine HBCUs on metho...

Staff at Texarkana College Join to Build Community Blessing Boxes

Texarkana College’s (TC) Construction Technology program recently teamed up with administrative staff members to build Blessing Boxes for the local...

Duke U. Encourages Students to Take Faculty to Lunch with the FLUNCH Connection

Add faculty + lunch and you get FLUNCH, a Duke University (NC) program that encourages undergrads to invite their faculty and/or course instructors...

Cal Poly’s Learn By Doing Events Show Things Students Have Never Seen

At Cal Poly, Learn By Doing events provide students with educational demonstrations. Recently, one such event was a cork harvesting demonstration p...

Commencement Speaker Gives the Gift of Giving at UMass Dartmouth

When billionaire philanthropist Rob Hall recently spoke at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth commencement, he gave each graduate an envelop...

Barnard College Community Holding Out for a Hero During Annual Big Sub

Days before Barnard College (NY) shuts down for the Thanksgiving holiday, the community gathers to enjoy a verrrry long sandwich called the Big Sub...

Encouraging the Success of Neurodivergent Individuals on Campus

How are colleges encouraging the success of neurodivergent individuals? It often begins with diagnosis, according to experts, with diagnostic ambig...

FAAME Program Graduates First Class of African American Male Scholars

Junior colleges throughout the U.S. saw a 23% decline in Black male enrollment between 2019 and 2021. St. Petersburg College’s (FL) Florida African...

Digital Wallets Combine Students’ Records and Achievements in One Place

The adaption of digital wallets – the tools, often in app form, that combine learning and employment records in one place – is helping to give coll...

Seeking Supportive Measures in the Face of Title IX

The new Title IX federal regulations go into effect on August 1, 2024. Here’s a student-friendly description of what they say about supportive meas...

American Indian College Fund Launches ‘Make Native Voices Heard’ Voting Campaign

One hundred years ago, the Indian Citizenship Act was passed, extending U.S. citizenship to Native Americans so they’d be dual citizens of their Tr...

Povolo Quintuplets Graduate from Montclair State with Big Dreams

Five quintuplets with varied plans for the future just graduated from Montclair State University (NJ) – all five of them! Victoria, Vico, Ashley, M...

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