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Is Boston University Bold Enough to Listen?
Undergraduate student pursuing his BA in International Relatio...
Mental health clearly matters at BU. But does it to our administration? Recently students have gone as far as to say that they felt neglected by the university.
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Kyle David Anderson
Assistant Professor of Chinese, Centre College in Danville, KY
It was nearly 12. I could hear flipflops on gravel as I soaked in the final bursts of gold flashing off the top of the Wihan Luang at Wat Phra Singh.
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3 Ways to Avoid the Consequences of Pre-Fall Break Burnout
Former Campus Editor-at-Large at the University of Tennessee
In students, burnout can be associated with feelings of lethargy and demotivation or the feeling that doing work is meaningless. With that in mind, here are three ways you can avoid burnout and survive until fall break.
Another Ivy League University To Cover Gender Affirmation Surgery For Students
Charter School Transcends Demographics and Resurrects Health
Linda Novick O'Keefe
Founding Chief Executive Officer, Common Threads
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with the Academy for Global Citizenship's Sarah Elizabeth Ippel - the core of her amazing efforts have developed into a learning lab for broader systemic change in the community.
USDA To Announce New Healthy School Snack Rules
Farm-To-School Program Serves Up Healthy Lunches, Educates Students
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Pass The Carrots, Pass On The Chips: America's Obsession With School Lunches
The Cultural Conundrum: What Really Needs to Change to Promote Obesity Prevention Efforts
Schools are powerful platforms for promoting healthier eating, food system reform and sustainability. Ignoring the health of employees puts a valuable asset at risk and misses a critical opportunity to activate school personnel as agents of change.
D.C. Students Score Better On Sex-Ed Exam Than Math Or Reading
Teacher Slams National Enquirer, Grocery Store
Parents Outraged Over School Program That Tracks Kids' Weight
Fattest Country In The World: Are Schools To Blame For America's Obesity Epidemic?
The Benefits Of Swapping Exercise Balls For Desk Chairs
What School Lunches Look Like Around The World
Missouri School, Students Tout Nutritious Lunch Program
Jon Stewart Takes On School Lunch Fight, Tells Kids: Eat Your Food!
Weight Problems Plague Students During School Hours
Military Leaders: School Lunches, Vending Machines Threat To U.S. Fighting Force
Promotion of Student Health and Wellbeing on College Campuses
David J. Skorton
President, Cornell University
As self-reliant as many of them may seem, undergraduates are still "emerging" adults, susceptible to peer pressure and inclined to engage in risky behavior. And like all of us, they can make poor decisions, suffer from injuries, stress and emotional turmoil.
Sudden Death: What's in the Ground in Briarcliff Manor?
Fewer U.S. Students Buy Sodas, Sports Drinks Still A Problem
National Physicians Group Pushes Petition To Ban Milk In School Lunches
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