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Matt Zalaznick

Rhodes College's first-year students have a chance to live on campus, take classes and participate in social activities for three weeks before the fall semester starts.
A University of Dayton graduate student practices stabilizing another student's knee in an accelerated physical therapy 'boot camp' being held on campus this spring.
Members of Franklin & Marshall College's Student Athlete Leadership Council hosted a workout series and a virtual 5K on the Pennsylvania school's virtual quad this spring.
Kutztown University's virtual campus tour guides couldn't enter locked down buildings but they could answer questions in real-time on Instagram.
University of North Georgia visual arts professor Jon Mehlferber is 3D-printing masks for medical professionals as well as campus facilities staff and university police.
San Jacinto College, a community college near Houston, has reopened classrooms and labs for hands-on subjects such as 3-D printing, welding and health care.
College enrollment in fall 2020 will likely be impacted by the amount of face-to-face instruction campuses are able to offer. (Photo courtesy of University of Kentucky)
The admissions and enrollment team at Widener University near Philadelphia has bussed its mascots to the homes of about 100 admitted high school seniors who live in the region.
Hamilton College theater professor Mark Cryer (center) says his students performed way beyond expectations when his classes moved online.
Two Hamilton College students show off origami they created during online classes in their "Creative Coding and Origami" course.
Sharing selfies of origami creations kept Hamilton College coding students engaged as they create digital music and animations for their final project.
Sociology studentsSociology students at Hamilton College were inspired by the campus museum's social justice exhibit to get creative with their final projects, which included collages and videos addressing gender equity and the lack of diversity at the Oscars. at Hamilton College were inspired by the campus museum's social justice exhibit to get creative with their final projects, which included collages and videos.
Environmentally-focused Unity College's new online/face-to-face hybrid learning program gives students the flexibility to choose how and when they take classes.
Purdue University has developed software to track the effects of coronavirus on its research activities. (Purdue University image.)
A growing number of colleges and universities are announcing plans to reopen their campus to students for a fall semester with big changes.
University of California President Janet Napolitano, shown here with the University of California, Santa Cruz women's soccer team, wants the system to drop SAT and ACT scores as admissions requirements.
Roger Williams University and colleges across the country are developing models that will allow some students to take in-person classes this fall.
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology last week launched the “HU Stories: Facing the 2020 Pandemic Together” project to collect stories, songs, artwork, photos, videos, performances and other reflective pieces.