And in recent weeks, concerns about the pressure cooker environment on some campuses have escalated.
Another net-positive of the demographic shift is campuses working harder to stem dropouts.
Louisiana law states: “Public post secondary education institutions shall develop smoke-free policies for its campuses.”
The Daily Beast ranks which campuses are hotbeds for student drug use.
Our generation went to college when green “Save Darfur” rubber bracelets were ubiquitous on campuses across the country.
These schools, she continued, were either “in denial or incompetent” with regard to sexual assault on campuses.
On some campuses, the athletic departments are the most important entities that exist.
campuses are all alike, he muttered to himself, on every human planet, for all the centuries there have been universities.
Once Japanese businesses started buying American campuses, the price of the compromise became clear.
It is not that its thick short grass grows any greener than that of other campuses.
"college grounds," 1774, from Latin campus "a field," probably properly "an expanse surrounded" (by woods, higher ground, etc.), from PIE *kampos "a corner, cove," from root *kamp- "to bend" (cf. Lithuanian kampus "corner," Polish kępa "cluster of trees or brush"). First used in college sense at Princeton.