Colleges

GOP leaders argue with colleges over vaccine mandates

“This is likely to be interpreted broadly, and I suspect universities will be cautious in these states,” said Dorit Reiss, a vaccine law expert at the University of California Hastings College of the Law. Universities in Democratic-controlled states have adopted vaccine mandates with little controversy. And Biden’s administration is redoubling …

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On the way to the 2021 University World Series

The College World Series returns after last year’s NCAA baseball tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We have all the scores and updates, from regional until a champion is crowned in Omaha, Nebraska. Here are the full results and schedule (all time ET): What to watch on Wednesday …

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By day – sign up, get bitten: community college makes it easy

Prospective students interested in taking courses at Community College of Rhode Island can register and get vaccinated at the same time. The event scheduled for Tuesday afternoon at the school’s Warwick campus will provide those interested in attending the CIRB the opportunity to apply for free, receive assistance with filing …

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Mills College to merge with Northeastern University rather than close

Credit: Phil Bond / Mills College Mills College, an independent college in Oakland, is considering merging with Northeastern University rather than shutting down. Credit: Phil Bond / Mills College Mills College, an independent college in Oakland, is considering merging with Northeastern University rather than shutting down. Mills College in Oakland, …

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The downtown section of College Avenue will be two-way

College Avenue between Market Street and Massachusetts Avenue will become a two-way street, the Indianapolis Department of Public Works has announced. The project will cost $ 3.3 million and is expected to begin in the spring of 2022 and end in the fall of the same year. Spokeswoman Hannah Scott-Carter …

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Knox Honors First Generation Class of 2021

For first-generation students, obtaining a college degree means achievement, and not just for themselves. That was the message from Matrice Marie Young ’21, the guest speaker at the Knox College First Generation Reception for members of the Class of 2021. “This graduation ceremony is a physical manifestation of our accomplishments,” …

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