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College Students Might Be Left Out Of Stimulus Checks Again - Opinion Piece

College Students Might Be Left Out Of Stimulus Checks Again - Opini...

July 27, 2020

Wesley Whistle writes: Senate Republicans have started to outline their wish list for the second stimulus bill. The legislative text has not been made public yet, but many Americans will be pleased to hear that the list includes direct cash payments to Americans. But at least one set of Americans might not be so happy: college students.
Wesley Whistle writes: Senate Republicans have started to outline their wish list for the second stimulus bill. The legislative text has not been made public yet, but many Americans will be pleased to hear that the list includes direct cash payments to Americans. But at least one set of Americans might not be so happy: college students.

July 27, 2020

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Diverse

Higher Ed Institutions Rethink Relationships With Police Amid Nationwide Protests

Higher Ed Institutions Rethink Relationships With Police Amid Natio...

July 27, 2020

Now an avalanche of student movements are urging universities to separate from metro police and reform campus policing practices — or abolish university police departments altogether. 
Now an avalanche of student movements are urging universities to separate from metro police and reform campus policing practices — or abolish university police departments altogether. 

July 27, 2020

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Diverse

As Higher Education Faces a “Corona Swirl” of Transfer Students, Higher Education Must Create Clear Pathways to Degrees - Opinion Piece

As Higher Education Faces a “Corona Swirl” of Transfer Students, Hi...

July 27, 2020

John Fink, Maria Hesse, Cheryl Hyman, Shirleatha Lee, Sharon Morrissey, and Elena Quiroz-Livanis write: Recent surveys show that a growing number of high school graduates and college students are opting to attend community colleges this fall because they are affordable and closer to home. Those who lost jobs in the post-COVID economy are also turning to community colleges to gain and sharpen skills that lead back to jobs. The combination is creating an unprecedented level of student movement between two- and four-year colleges. There’s even a name for it in higher education circles – the “corona swirl.”
John Fink, Maria Hesse, Cheryl Hyman, Shirleatha Lee, Sharon Morrissey, and Elena Quiroz-Livanis write: Recent surveys show that a growing number of high school graduates and college students are opting to attend community colleges this fall because they are affordable and closer to home. Those who lost jobs in the post-COVID economy are also turning to community colleges to gain and sharpen skills that lead back to jobs. The combination is creating an unprecedented level of student movement between two- and four-year colleges. There’s even a name for it in higher education circles – the “corona swirl.”

July 27, 2020

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Students Are Spreading Covid-19 Off Campus. Here’s How Colleges Can Stop It.

Students Are Spreading Covid-19 Off Campus. Here’s How Colleges Can...

July 27, 2020

In recent weeks, Covid-19 cases have exploded among people in their 20s and 30s. Public-health officials say that’s partly because of so-called superspreader events, including gatherings of college students in off-campus houses, fraternities, and bars. Confronted with social-media posts showing crowds of students dancing and drinking together in defiance of local orders, colleges have been forced to zero in on what’s happening just outside their borders.
In recent weeks, Covid-19 cases have exploded among people in their 20s and 30s. Public-health officials say that’s partly because of so-called superspreader events, including gatherings of college students in off-campus houses, fraternities, and bars. Confronted with social-media posts showing crowds of students dancing and drinking together in defiance of local orders, colleges have been forced to zero in on what’s happening just outside their borders.

July 27, 2020

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Athletic Seasons Are Canceled. Student Activities Are Virtual. But at Some Colleges, Fees Won’t Change.

Athletic Seasons Are Canceled. Student Activities Are Virtual. But ...

July 27, 2020

July 27, 2020

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