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Read: Survey: Almost One Third of College Band Members Hazed

Survey: Almost One Third of College Band Members Hazed

A new survey found hazing to be a major problem in college marching bands.

Read: Helping Colleges Comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act

Helping Colleges Comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act

Institutions of higher education should consider investing in technologies that promote equality for students with disabilities.

Read: Calif. Attorney General, UC President Release Campus Sexual Assault Response Guidance

Calif. Attorney General, UC President Release Campus Sexual Assault Response Guidance

California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris and University of California President Janet Napolitano released a Model Memorandum of Understanding to combat college sexual assault.

Read: Penn State College of Engineering Victim of Cyberattacks

Penn State College of Engineering Victim of Cyberattacks

All Penn State College of Engineering students, faculty and staff will have to change their passwords after two major cyberattacks.

Read: Bullying More Frequent for Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Students

Bullying More Frequent for Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Students

A study found homosexual and bisexual students to be almost twice as likely to be bullied weekly in the previous year.

Read: Texas School Dealing With Chlamydia Outbreak

Texas School Dealing With Chlamydia Outbreak

Crane High School in Texas has had 20 students diagnosed with chlamydia.

Read: Unsafe Schools Could Be a Factor in Childhood Obesity

Unsafe Schools Could Be a Factor in Childhood Obesity

A new study found that childhood obesity could be related to school safety.

Read: Schools Beware: Some See FERPA Update as Inevitable

Schools Beware: Some See FERPA Update as Inevitable

The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act is overdue for provisions to account for computer technology.

See What University Security Experts Will Present at the Campus Safety National Forum in D.C.

The Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C. will be split up into three tracks designed to serve the needs of security professionals in different fields: K-12, higher education and hospitals.

Read: Oregon House Passes Bill Protecting Sexual Assault Survivor’s Privacy

Oregon House Passes Bill Protecting Sexual Assault Survivor’s Privacy

The Oregon House of Representatives passed a bill to assure sexual assault victims that anything they say while seeking help or information from advocates would be kept confidential.

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