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In-depth: Viral social media campaigns help, but how much?

In-depth: Viral social media campaigns help, but how much?

Student-athletes plunge into Pearly for Make-A-Wish Foundation

In-depth: Why lecture courses aren’t actually helping students learn

In-depth: Why lecture courses aren’t actually helping students learn

Lecture courses supply the information, but that doesn’t mean it’s being retained.

In-depth: Uh-oh Sodexo

In-depth: Uh-oh Sodexo

Sodexo insists they provide healthy food options but an “F” rating leads to conerns.

In-depth: In a battle for higher GPA student-athletes lose out

In-depth: In a battle for higher GPA student-athletes  lose out

But student athletes have a higher graduation rate than regular students

In-depth: The importance of friendships in college

In-depth: The importance of friendships in college

Why your best friends in college can lead you to more success.

In-depth: Guns in school? Only if you want more violence.

In-depth: Guns in school? Only if you want more violence.

Teachers are not a militia and school campuses are not battlefields.

In-depth: Demands of being a two-sport athlete pushing student-athletes to the brink

In-depth: Demands of being a two-sport athlete pushing student-athletes to the brink

Two-sport athletes are being pressured by academics, sports and social life

In-depth: Students should delay choosing a major

In-depth: Students should delay choosing a major

On average, college students change their major at least three times throughout their college career.

In-depth: Mental illness and its presence on college campuses

In-depth: Mental illness and its presence on college campuses

There is a hidden issue on college campuses that needs to be resolved

In-Depth: College tuition’s impact on our society

In-Depth: College tuition’s impact on our society

Expensive college tuitions could be holding back bright mind.

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Only two in attendance for APA seminar

Alan Shulte and Molly Badrawy gave a seminar on writing in APA format expecting to see at least five or six people but were shocked when only two showed.