Fresh Meal Kit Service Available to NIU Students

Northern Illinois University (NIU) is offering a Huskie Fresh meal kit service so students can cook for themselves with much of the prep work alrea...

The Best Way to Figure Out Your Career? Take Action, LinkedIn Followers Advise.

We can all learn from the experience of others. That’s why LinkedIn asked over a million followers to share the best advice they’d give their 20-ye...

Dealing with Lingering Anxiety

Even before the pandemic hit, 62% of students in the U.S. said they had experienced overwhelming anxiety within the past 12 months, reported the Am...

West Virginia Campuses Install Naloxboxes to Help in Overdose Situations

Seven West Virginia colleges and universities have signed up to install “Naloxboxes” on campus to help when someone overdoses. The boxes contain na...

Helping Latinx Students Persist by Creating Opportunities for Belonging

“Family relationships are at the core of social life among Latinos,” said Belinda Campos, an associate professor in the Department of Chicano and L...

Expert Provides Strategies for Having Difficult, Productive Dialogues

Rhonda Fitzgerald, the Managing Director for the Sustained Dialogue Campus Network, works to train, mentor, and provide guidance to a broad range o...

New Position at Compton College Focuses on the Academic Success of Black and Latino Men

Compton College (CA) hired its first director of Black and males of color success last fall, a role designed to “ensure Black men stay enrolled, su...

Crafting on Campus Through Online Student-Made Store

The online arts platform Student-Made offers college artists an opportunity to sell their homemade wares. It’s kind of like a collegiate Etsy, givi...

Prioritizing the Needs of Students with Marginalized Identities: Colorado State U. Professionals Discuss Including Student Voices

In an excellent PaperClip Communications conversation about how to “Prioritize the Needs of Students with Marginalized Identities,” three colleague...

Celebrating the Power of Community at CU Boulder

A semester-long series of events focused on the theme of “The Power of Community: Connect, Grow & Change” will begin on Martin Luther King Jr. ...

Handling Uncertainty by Finding Your Flow

These times of uncertainty, with multiple COVID variants to consider, microdecisions about where to go and who to spend time with, hypervigilance a...

Communicating Next Steps After Bias Reports are Submitted: Recommendations from Dr. Allen Groves, JD

When a bias report comes to administrators’ attention, Dr. Allen Groves, JD, Senior Vice President for the Student Experience at Syracuse Universit...

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