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University of South Carolina also in dogfight over masks.
Kimmel tried to get son, daughter admitted to USC, Georgetown on fake athletic credentials.
Some without mandates are trying unique tactics.
As two-year and four-year institutions grapple with enrollments post-pandemic, they must recruit and retain students based on new academic, financial and social dynamics.
Tulane President Mike Fitts discusses successes in pandemic.
New variants may make mandates the only option.
Families concerned about costs for 2021 and beyond.
Institutions need to adapt to students' communications preferences as 75% of millennials would rather lose their ability to talk on the phone than to stop texting.
Statements matter, but action is necessary to instill change.
Western New England finds success through tradition.
In COVID-19 releases, institutions are also pushing vaccines.
Variant's spread, lack of vaccinations cause new concerns.
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