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Read: Bucknell LGBTQ+ Students Now Have Their Own Housing

Bucknell LGBTQ+ Students Now Have Their Own Housing

A former fraternity house has been renovated and provided as housing for LGBTQ+ students at Bucknell University.

Read: More School Districts Revise the Roles of Police on Their Campuses

More School Districts Revise the Roles of Police on Their Campuses

Here’s an update on the school policing changes being made by five different districts.

Read: SCOTUS Rules Student’s Snapchat Cursing is Within First Amendment Rights

SCOTUS Rules Student’s Snapchat Cursing is Within First Amendment Rights

The 8-1 vote by the U.S. Supreme Court says suspending a cheerleader for swearing off school property is unconstitutional.

Read: New Bill Bans Seclusion and Face Down Restraints in Illinois Schools

New Bill Bans Seclusion and Face Down Restraints in Illinois Schools

Alleged misuse of these restraints prompts lawmakers to pass legislation against it.

Read: University of Maine Settles Sexual Misconduct Lawsuit with Accused After Years of Litigation

University of Maine Settles Sexual Misconduct Lawsuit with Accused After Years of Litigation

The accused student was dismissed, but the school paid $45,000 to settle the federal Title IX lawsuit filed in 2019.

Read: 8 Men Face Charges Over Bowling Green State Student’s Alleged Hazing Death

8 Men Face Charges Over Bowling Green State Student’s Alleged Hazing Death

Eight men ranging in age from 19 to 23 have been indicted in the alleged hazing death of BGSU fraternity pledge Stone Foltz.

Read: How to Reduce the Impact of Unrecognized Student Organizations on Campus

How to Reduce the Impact of Unrecognized Student Organizations on Campus

Institutions of higher education can ban, expel or refuse to recognize a problematic student organization, but that doesn’t mean the issues associated with that group will magically go away.

Read: Department of Education Launches Comprehensive Title IX Review

Department of Education Launches Comprehensive Title IX Review

OCR outlined plans to solicit the public’s input on Title IX regulations, ultimately leading to possible revisions through a notice of proposed rulemaking.

Read: CSUSD Neighbors Complain About Out-of-Control Off-Campus Parties

CSUSD Neighbors Complain About Out-of-Control Off-Campus Parties

Since January, CSUSD hasn’t suspended any students but has contacted 215 of them about violating the school’s coronavirus policies.

Read: University of Central Oklahoma Suspends Cheerleading Team Over Hazing Allegations

University of Central Oklahoma Suspends Cheerleading Team Over Hazing Allegations

The suspension of the cheerleaders will be in effect through the end of the school year, and the team won’t be allowed to participate in national competitions for two years.

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