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Banning Hard Alcohol at Stanford

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NEWS BRIEF You won’t find hard alcohol at Stanford University parties anymore. At least, that’s what school officials are hoping.

In an effort to reduce “the high risk of the rapid consumption of hard alcohol,” the university is banning liquors that are 20 percent alcohol by volume (40 proof) from undergraduate campus parties, while also prohibiting undergraduate students from having hard-alcohol containers that are 750 milliliters or larger in student residences. 357 more words

Advising to Graduation | ACPA

Three times a year, the Graduation Team in the Registrar’s Office sends several hundred emails informing students that they did not meet the requirements for graduation.  125 more words

Blogging Promts

SUCCESS.

Hi readers💜
How are you today? However new posts will be up on blog everyday…. Hopefully
Today’s post is all about SUCCESS…
Things may not look well… 580 more words

Student Affairs

The Realization of Junior Year

Coming into a new school year always fills me with excitement- the rush of getting back to college, seeing old friends, and being sparked with the curiosity of how I am going to grow as an individual fills not only my mind, but the minds of freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors. 471 more words

College

NEW SERIES: Higher Ed Plus-Back to School Supplies and Essentials!

Hello friends!

I’m excited to introduce a new series to this blog-Higher Ed Plus. Being plus-sized or fat within student affairs and higher education comes with its own unique set of challenges. 1,222 more words

Classes start today

Thinking back on the last academic year, my focus has entirely shifted. I initially chose my grad program because I wanted to get a job in higher education; I thought of my degree as job training rather than an academic pursuit. 201 more words

Personal

Musings of a Recovering Higher Education Wanderer

“If you want to move up, you have to move on”. This quote is one many higher education administrators have heard countless times during their career. 966 more words

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