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Michelle Casey, 21, had been taking photos with her boyfriend on Sunday when she slipped, falling 100 feet.
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A student tweeted that his professor was charging to write letters of recommendation, and hundreds reply in outrage.
According to investigators, the students were also asked to visit Pittsburgh sports venues, take selfies at various bridges, and publicly insult prominent Pittsburgh sports figures as part of the scavenger hunt.
The Tri Delta sorority called the video, which features bIackface and slurs, "abhorrent," while the University of Oklahoma has also issued a statement condemning it.
“My parents basically taught me if someone needs help, you should be able to help them, and if someone is down, bring them up."
The institute says that students are allowed to wear religious head coverings if they bring a letter from a religious leader that explains why they need to wear it, and that the student did not produce such a letter.
A Canadian university apologized to a student who was dress-coded for wearing a "distracting" crop top at the gym.
One student recalls "misogynistic undertones" in the way that the violation was brought to her attention.
The Brushbox flier provided to new students immediately raised red flags, with people calling out the brand for such an inappropriate message.
A first-year student at the University of Calgary in Canada simply wanted to get in contact with a woman he met at a bar, but what he got was much more than he bargained for.
Carlos Zetina, a student at the University of Calgary, is one of those people. On Thursday, Zetina apparently hit it off with a woman named Nicole at a campus bar, and helped her and a friend get home from a night out.