Happy Friday. I am exhausted from a crazy week of writing, blogging and chatting about Four Loko -- but here are a couple of You Tube videos that I really enjoyed. Have a great weekend!
Dr. Kirsten B. Hawkins is the chief of adolescent medicine at Georgetown University Hospital and will be online starting at 1 p.m. to answer all of your questions about the dangers of student drinking and alcoholic energy drinks, like Four Loko, which are being pulled from the market by federal officials.
This semester bed bugs have moved into at least five residence halls at George Washington University in the District. Lots of other colleges in the country are also dealing with creepy crawly dorm dwellers.
The college essay is one of the most famous parts of the college application -- and for good reason. Guest blogger Jimmy Mayers, a senior English major at St. Lawrence University, walks you through writing the perfect essay.
Let's raise a glass and toast the bitter end of Four Loko. Well, at least the Four Loko that gets you drunk and hyper at the same time.
How do you accurately describe the amount of alcohol and caffeine in a 23.5-ounce can of Four Loko? What can we possibly compare it to?
Last school year, the number of Chinese students enrolled at U.S. colleges increased 30 percent -- making China the No. 1 place of origin for foreign college students, according to a new report released today. For years, India held that title.
| November 15, 2010; 2:44 PM ET |
Categories: News Overload | Tags: Boston University, Columbia University, Michigan State University, NYU, Purdue University, UCLA, University of Illinois, University of Texas
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On college campuses of all sizes and demographics, thousands of students are coping with mental health issues. But there is help. There are answers. Things do get better. Thousands of college students have successfully reached out for help -- and are glad that they did.