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Lackawanna College in Pennsylvania is opening the doors to its student-run restaurant to various restaurants, providing revenue during a tough time while offering hospitality program students needed experience.
The New York university system is mandating all students be tested and not be positive for COVID-19 before being allowed to return home
New York Institute of Technology leaders, acting on a food insecurity crisis for students, took smart steps to launch their Grizzly Cupboards on their sites in Manhattan and on Long Island
Stanford places second in the Sierra Club magazine’s yearly rankings which honor colleges and universities that are pushing environmentally friendly initiatives
R.A.s, graduate student employees and some student dining staff at the University of Michigan have gone on strike over COVID safety precautions.
With careful planning, college and university leaders can provide safe on-campus dining options and experiences.
At the University of Rochester in New York, students can use the Grubhub app to place meal orders from dining halls and pick up groceries from the campus food market.
Due to COVID-19, students with celiac disease or gluten sensitivities may rely more on campus dining. Here's a look at dining program initiatives that will help keep them safe.
Family bubbles,' waiting rooms and priority elevator access are a few ways to prevent COVID's spread as colleges and universities reopen for the fall semester.
Harvard University will invite 40% of its students back to campus this fall and continue with online learning, while Princeton brings back half its undergraduates and cuts tuition.
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