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Roger Williams University Reopening Plan Includes Mix of In-Person, Remote Instruction

by | July 2, 2020 With higher education institutions choosing whether to continue online learning for another sem Read more

Alabama College Students Host ‘COVID Parties’ to Purposely Infect Each Other

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College students in Tuscaloosa, Alabama have organized “COVID parties” to purposely infect [...] Read more

Stare Down the White Gaze: Demystifying the “Model Minority” Stereotype

by Yang Hu | June 30, 2020
“You brought the virus here.” These words were thrown at me on a street corner as I walked [...] Read more

How and Where We Exit: Seven Propositions on Black Positionalities in the Pandemics Era

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The world has tried to recalibrate after the seismic shift that the COVID-19 pandemic has exact [...] Read more

HBCU Fall Preview: Colleges Plan a Phased Return to Campus

by B. Denise Hawkins | June 29, 2020
Starting today, Diverse will provide occasional news-roundups and interviews from historically [...] Read more

More Than 300 Colleges Outline What They Want to See in Applicants During COVID-19

University leaders from more than 300 colleges and universities on Monday issued a statement in [...] Read more

At Bowdoin College, Freshmen Only on Campus in the Fall

| June 22, 2020
Bowdoin College has a new twist on the fall semester. The Maine institution said it will, for t [...] Read more

COVID-19 Aid Restrictions Rule Won’t Apply to California Community Colleges

| June 17, 2020
California’s community colleges don’t have to abide by a Department of Education rule that [...] Read more

College Sports Stakeholders Prepare for a New Normal Under COVID-19

by Lois Elfman |
Athletic directors, coaches, conference commissioners and student-athletes await a clear vision [...] Read more

Iowa Lawmakers Cut Public Universities’ Funding by $8 Million

| June 16, 2020
Iowa lawmakers cut $8 million in funding to the state’s public colleges (University of Iowa, [...] Read more

Boston U Faculty Petition to Make Fall In-Person Teaching Optional

More than 1,200 faculty, students and alumni of Boston University have signed a faculty petitio [...] Read more

Harvard Drops SAT/ACT Requirement for Fall 2021 Applicants

Citing the upending of schedules due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Harvard University on Monday sai [...] Read more

Champlain College Launches Virtual Gap Program

by | June 15, 2020
For students looking to delay their college start date due to the impact of COVID-19, Champlain [...] Read more

Federal Judge Blocks Ed Dept. Limits on COVID-19 Aid for Many Washington State Students

A federal judge in Spokane, Washington, has for the most part blocked an education department r [...] Read more

Dozens of College Athletes Test Positive for COVID-19 Since Their Voluntary Return

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Dozens of student-athletes at more than 12 colleges have tested positive for COVID-19 since som [...] Read more
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