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Read: Jury Awards $10M Over Security Incidents at Chicago Hospital

Jury Awards $10M Over Security Incidents at Chicago Hospital

A jury has determined that a Chicago hospital should pay more than $10 million to a female doctor and six nurses who filed a joint lawsuit for two separate incidents.

Read: Study: 1 in 5 College Students Contemplate Suicide

Study: 1 in 5 College Students Contemplate Suicide

A recent study shows that college students are feeling more stress and anxiety than ever, leading to suicidal thoughts or deciding to harm themselves.

Read: Baylor Legal Fees Rise After Sexual Assault Lawsuits

Baylor Legal Fees Rise After Sexual Assault Lawsuits

Baylor University’s legal fees have skyrocketed over the past few years due to multiple lawsuits, investigations and settlements involving sexual assault and other issues.

Read: Deputy Fired For Falling Asleep on Patrol at Stoneman Douglas

Deputy Fired For Falling Asleep on Patrol at Stoneman Douglas

Deputy Carotti was found asleep in his patrol car while on duty at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, just one month after the shooting.

Read: Court Allows Cross-Examination in Campus Sexual Assault Cases

Court Allows Cross-Examination in Campus Sexual Assault Cases

The court’s ruling to allow cross-examination during sexual-misconduct cases is binding in all public higher-ed schools in Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky.

Read: Parents of Penn State Hazing Victim Settle with Fraternity

Parents of Penn State Hazing Victim Settle with Fraternity

After the Penn State hazing incident in 2017 involving the death of 19-year-old Timothy Piazza, the victim’s family has settled with the fraternity.

Read: National Organization Governing Fraternities Bans Alcohol

National Organization Governing Fraternities Bans Alcohol

The NIC has banned fraternities from serving hard alcohol at chapter events in an effort to reduce alcohol abuse and hazing tragedies.

Read: California Passes Bill to Start School Later

California Passes Bill to Start School Later

A bill has been passed to start K-12 classes at 8:30 a.m. in California due to overly-tired students and the problems that result.

Read: Harris County’s Recovery School Will Help Students With Addiction

Harris County’s Recovery School Will Help Students With Addiction

Harris County will open its first recovery high school, which will take in students who have fallen victim to substance abuse.

Read: Memphis Hospital Security Officer Admits to Having Sex with a Corpse

Memphis Hospital Security Officer Admits to Having Sex with a Corpse

Cameron Wright, a Memphis hospital security officer, was seen by two witnesses having sex with a corpse in a body storage room.

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