Mar 8, 2011 1:06pm

Student’s Goal: One Back Flip A Day

ABC News on Campus reporter Marlei Martinez blogs:  For many people, New Year’s resolutions are the same failed promises to lose weight, quit smoking or get organized. But Sam Morrison, a sophomore at Syracuse University, vowed to do something very different.  “The idea is that… Read More »

By Nancy Ramsey

Mar 4, 2011 4:42pm

“Budget Cuts Have Got to Go!” Cry UT Students

ABC News on Campus reporter Melanie Torre blogs: "Hey hey, ho ho, these budget cuts have got to go!" That was the rallying cry for some 100 students who marched across the University of Texas at Austin campus carrying signs and posters. A proposed budget… Read More »

By Nancy Ramsey

Mar 4, 2011 12:47pm

Check Your Dorms: Carbon Monoxide Could Be Lurking

 ABC News on Campus reporter Charlie Litton blogs:  Colorless, tasteless and odorless might well describe some of the food options available at college campuses around the nation, but a far more serious danger carries the same attributes. Last month, students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln… Read More »

By Nancy Ramsey

Mar 2, 2011 11:14am

The Invisible Intern

ABC News on Campus reporter Meg Wagner blogs:  Last spring, Dora Kwarko interned for a company in India. But the job didn’t require her to get a passport, endure an international flight or relocate to a foreign country. She completed the internship virtually from her… Read More »

By Nancy Ramsey

Feb 28, 2011 12:36pm

Students Hunt (and Sell) Coachella Tickets

ABC News on Campus reporter Siera Lambrecht blogs:  For the first time in its 12-year history, the Coachella Valley Music and Art Festival, which has attracted Rage Against the Machine and Madonna to its stages, sold out at a record pace: six days. On April… Read More »

Feb 24, 2011 12:20pm

ASU Honors Alum Killed In Arizona Shooting

ABC News on Campus reporter Chelsea Smith blogs:  January’s Tucson tragedy will never be forgotten at Arizona State University. After alum Gabe Zimmerman lost his life in the shooting ASU established a scholarship in his honor.  Photo of Gabe Zimmerman courtesy of ASU's College of… Read More »

Feb 23, 2011 3:02pm

New Website Helps Students Find Off-Campus Housing

ABC News on Campus reporter Nathan O’Neal blogs: Cassandra Jones lived in a string of off-campus apartments when she was a student at Arizona State University, conducting countless online searches to find a place that fit her taste. Image courtesy of “I went to… Read More »

Feb 16, 2011 3:57pm

Jimmy Carter: Democracy, Not Muslim Brotherhood, Will Prevail in Egypt

ABC News on Campus reporter Ashley Jennings blogs: Last night, former President Jimmy Carter told a crowd of 900-plus students and Austin residents that he doesn’t fear that the Muslim Brotherhood will take power in Egypt and that he believes President Obama handled the situation… Read More »

By Nancy Ramsey

Feb 3, 2011 2:54pm

For Texas Student, Violence in Egypt Is Close to Home

ABC News on Campus reporter Reshma Kirpalani interviewed Kristy Moryan, a senior at the University of Texas and first-generation American. Moryan’s parents, who are Christian Coptic Orthodox, immigrated to the U.S. as young professionals in 1979 in search of career opportunities and religious freedom.   In the… Read More »

By Nancy Ramsey

Jan 28, 2011 11:48am

College ‘Bladder Busters,’ ‘Power Hour’ Drinking Ban Eyed in Nebraska

ABC News OnCampus reporter Andrew Mach blogs: Nebraska lawmakers are aiming to kill the buzz for excessive drinkers across the state.   Legislators are considering a bill that would ban so-called power-hour drinking on 21st birthdays.   At the same time, the Nebraska Liquor Control… Read More »