May 02, 2016

Chronicle Films

Short films documenting voices from across academe are front and center in this original series of award-winning, independently produced videos. Chronicle Films explores race, gender, sexual misconduct, alcohol abuse and other social issues on campus. We take you behind the scenes of campus tradition, one woman’s fight for scholarship and citizenship rights, and more.

 

Warren Wilson College emphasizes “applied learning” as a way to keep work and service relevant.

The university, in Roanoke, Va., has avoided the pitfalls that other small colleges have faced.

Black students at Missouri talk about racial divides and how to fix a broken campus.

As she advances toward a degree in social work, she puts her skills toward effective advocacy.

Drexel University has become the first American college to deploy a touch-screen station on its campus to engage students on mental-health issues.

They serve as important coming-of-age events. So we looked at three of them — involving rat funerals, roughing up freshmen, and honoring a college's founders. And we need your help to document more.

 

Transgender and gender-nonbinary students share what keeps them from feeling safe and thriving on campus.

At Camp Pride, LGBTQ students, allies, and advisers focus on ways to improve campus life for transgender students.

Almost 30 years ago, one college faced an enrollment crisis. So it took a risk that has allowed it to stabilize and grow.

The Peabody Institute, known for educating classical-music stars like André Watts, is re-examining how to prepare its students for a rapidly changing industry.

Almost 30 years ago, one college faced an enrollment crisis. So it took a risk that has allowed it to stabilize and grow.

The university for the deaf and hard of hearing has been praised by the Department of Justice for its work in educating staff members and students on sexual-misconduct issues.

How our culture portrays drinking as central to the college experience.