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Several major universities, from Rhode Island to Washington, are making the switch to remote learning to start 2022.
University leaders offer a history lesson by debunking several theories, including its prevalence on campuses.
The commencement shows go on at many colleges and universities despite threat of COVID-19 and omicron.
Infectious disease and crisis expert says the novel coronavirus is going to affect higher ed for awhile, so it's time to start planning that way.
The CDC’s current guidelines are giving institutions pause on whether they should mandate third doses.
University of Washington researchers are working quickly to identify the variant in nation’s hotspot.
Institutions in conservative states favor pausing the worker requirement after Biden’s order is struck down.
The college health association says adapting to conditions, multilayered strategies are key to success.
USC and Tulane report individual cases of the latest COVID-19 variant in students.
Syracuse and Notre Dame are among those mandating third doses.
Emerson is teaming with Massachusetts General Hospital and a community organization to try to change narrative.
Despite perceived threat of omicron, higher education programs have proven to be adaptable during pandemic.
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