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Student Health

Read: Seton Hall Student Dies from Parking Garage Fall

Seton Hall Student Dies from Parking Garage Fall

A 23-year-old Seton Hall Student died after falling from a parking garage roof. No foul play is suspected but full report is to come.

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: Avoid Sports Injuries This School Year With These Tips

Avoid Sports Injuries This School Year With These Tips

The AAOS has shared their expert advice on how children can reduce their risk of injury when playing sports after school this fall.

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: Schools Install Laundromats to Reduce Bullying, Improve Attendance

Schools Install Laundromats to Reduce Bullying, Improve Attendance

With the help of local and national organizations, schools are getting laundromats on campus to combat truancy and bullying.

Read: Report: Parkland Gunman Lost Special Needs Support from School District

Report: Parkland Gunman Lost Special Needs Support from School District

A newly released report found that while Broward County Schools largely followed the law, it mishandled the shooter’s access to special services.

Read: 10 Former Students Sue Ohio State over Doctor Sex Abuse

10 Former Students Sue Ohio State over Doctor Sex Abuse

This is now the third lawsuit filed against Ohio State, claiming school officials knew of continued sexual abuse by former team doctor Richard Strauss.

Read: More Schools Paying for Abuse Victims’ Therapy

More Schools Paying for Abuse Victims’ Therapy

Advocates say the therapy is a way to show the school cares about the healing process of abuse survivors.

Read: New York, Virginia First to Require Mental Health Education in Schools

New York, Virginia First to Require Mental Health Education in Schools

New York’s law aims to create an open dialogue among students regarding mental health and the stigmas associated with it.

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