The suspect expressed admiration for Elliot Rodger, the gunman who killed six people and injured 14 others in Isla Vista in May 2014, according to the DOJ.
More than 1,700 Ukrainians are studying in the U.S. Three of them spoke to NPR about their feelings of guilt and distraction, and what they're doing to help.
The new strategy is called "postvention." It means having a plan built on truth, compassion and counseling that quickly addresses the mental health needs of friends and classmates after a suicide.
For the second year, undergraduates in New York City are mostly sticking to campus. But there is plenty of gossip about classmates exploiting loopholes to get vaccinated in order to travel or party.
Young adults are preparing to travel home for Thanksgiving, but the coronavirus is making things complicated. Epidemiologists say there are things families can to do reduce the risk of infection.
Student debt doesn't only affect the person who goes to college. Nearly 40% of student loan payers are helping someone else pay off their student loans, a new study found.
College campuses are traditionally a big venue for voter registration, but during the pandemic, political mobilization efforts are going virtual.
As students head back to college this month, a large portion will be taking on loans to help cover costs. At least 1.5 million Georgians — approximately...