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The Middlebury Police Department is investigating an untimely death at Middlebury College Thursday.
Over the past two months, there have been more than just a few instances of coaches at NCAA Division I member colleges failing the basic tests of legal compliance and morality.
In a push from the Dallas County Health and Human Services Department, anyone can show up to the college parking lot and get their first or second shot or booster shot of Pfizer.
A spokeswoman for the schools said they have been investigating since they learned about the allegations in late September.
Officials at Bloomfield College, a four-year college in Essex County, say this may be its last year without a financial overhaul or a partnership with another college.
According to new data released by the U.S. Census Bureau, enrollment in schools dropped by 2.9 million from 2019 to 2020 and colleges by 615,000.
High schoolers are putting more emphasis on schools that will offer the best returns.
The school, which this year had an 8.5% acceptance rate, historically gave preference to any children of graduates who were academically qualified.
The students said they will not leave until their demands are met by presidents of the schools and addressed by federal officials.
The pandemic accelerated a trend that colleges throughout the U.S. Midwest have been dreading: There are fewer 18-year-olds to fill classrooms, dorms and dining halls.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on enrollment at SUNY colleges and universities, adding to an ongoing decline of students at the 64-campus system.
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