Sarah Gehlert will start in April, replacing Interim Dean Suzanne Wenzel.
John Wilson claimed his son’s bribe as a tax deduction in the admissions scandal.
The survey was used to gauge student interest in U-Pass subsidies.
Panelists spoke on the importance of political participation to advance mental health policy.
The group met President Carol Folt and Vice President for Student Affairs Winston Crisp to discuss these changes.
The cut reduces the number of spring admits from 650 to 375 students and comes after a decrease in fall enrollment.
The couple’s defense claimed they believed the money they paid for their daughters’ admission were legitimate donations.
The settlement will provide payouts for former patients and reform Student Health misconduct reporting policies.
Student leaders hope the center will provide more guidance and community.
The Jed Foundation worked with Instagram to make a mental health toolkit.