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A new study from Seton Hall University shows that those fans are optimistic, but cautious, about attending games.
The question now vexing colleges is how to safely reopen on-ground learning with a pandemic in retreat. It’s a nice problem to have, but it still has to be solved.
A continually creative approach to activities and meeting student needs during the pandemic has kept campus thriving and fun.
The IU system is mandating that all staff, faculty and students get preventive COVID doses, bucking trends among institutions from Republican-led areas.
The CDC's new guidance has forced institutions to rethink how they will conduct their spring ceremonies.
Most institutions that are relaxing guidelines are strongly encouraging their communities to get preventive COVID-19 doses.
The university continues to surpass its targets with a simple strategy: be innovative, prioritize students.
This year's most creative real-world community college solutions address the pandemic, environment and health.
On the same weekend it is celebrating its 2021 Class, the university brings back last year's graduates for an in-person ceremony.
Supporting vulnerable students and suppressing COVID will be the priorities for college leaders distributing newly-released American Rescue Plan funds.
Hesitancy has been prevalent at one Manhattan institution, where a mandate was just imposed, but leaders are getting creative in getting information to students, faculty.
The university joins more than 330 institutions that have decided to require vaccination against COVID-19. It already has a strong start.
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