Whether you’re a foreigner or American, you’ve encountered some form of racial stereotyping or have witnessed it. You’ve either been a victim of it, or you’ve dished it. Racial stereotyping is a growing issue on college campuses in the U.S., as well as overseas. A key contributor is social platforms, like Yik Yak, and that campus…

Movies and television often show American college students at wild parties,  chugging alcohol and letting the lid off their inhibitions. Now, a new study suggests that the picture might be more unhealthy than previously thought: Some college students are skipping meals so they can get drunk faster on an empty stomach. Researchers call this kind of…

American students and international students are very inclusive with each other academically. But not so much personally. It is not any discrimination that I am talking about, but an invisible barrier, and the barrier is created by both sides. Because of cultural differences, it can take a long time for American students to become real friends…

What would you do if a professor implied that a paper you wrote was not your own words? Especially if you were on the Dean’s List and a nationally acknowledged scholar? In her blog, “Academia, Love Me Back,” Tiffany Martinez said her professor at Suffolk University questioned whether she alone wrote her paper. She said she felt embarrassed,…