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There are still many unknowns about the omicron's spinoff strain now circulating but it is highly transmissible.
Quinnipiac University is building a ‘university of the future’ to serve students, alums and the community.
Saying 'fear is not an option in this nation',' a new House subcommittee and two federal crime prevention agencies are investigating acts of domestic hate and violence.
Case counts are trending downward nationally, but some campuses are still experiencing spikes of COVID-19.
Although new positive cases are trending downward, one health association leader says institutions still must proceed with caution.
Go green in a part of campus where energy use tends to be highest.
As FBI investigations continue into bomb threats at HBCUs, the DHS is urging institutions to be wary of possible violent acts.
Despite N.Y. governor's quest to uplift higher education in state, organizations backing faculty aren't satisfied.
Burnout is prevalent among directors and clinicians, who are feeling the effects of high workloads, COVID and a lack of support.
Ohio State, Nebraska and others are extending hours and opening up indoor halls with fewer restrictions on students.
Petitioners cite many factors in requests to lift requirements, including ‘evolving scientific data’ and natural immunity.
The health association addresses vaccine boosters and isolation windows as colleges across U.S. face wave of omicron.
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