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The New York Times

University of Pennsylvania Takes Away Steve Wynn’s Honors. And Bill Cosby’s, Too.

University of Pennsylvania Takes Away Steve Wynn’s Honors. And Bill...

February 02, 2018

Two years after declining to rescind Mr. Cosby’s honor, the university changed its mind on Thursday, but only after deciding to strip the casino mogul Steve Wynn’s name from an prominent campus plaza and a scholarship, and to take back his own honorary degree.
Two years after declining to rescind Mr. Cosby’s honor, the university changed its mind on Thursday, but only after deciding to strip the casino mogul Steve Wynn’s name from an prominent campus plaza and a scholarship, and to take back his own honorary degree.

February 02, 2018

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The Press of Atlantic City, NJ

Georgian Court University and Atlantic Cape Sign Dual Admission Pact

Georgian Court University and Atlantic Cape Sign Dual Admission Pact

February 02, 2018

Atlantic Cape Community College and Georgian Court University have signed a dual admissions agreement allowing students to transition from community college to a private, four-year institution.
Atlantic Cape Community College and Georgian Court University have signed a dual admissions agreement allowing students to transition from community college to a private, four-year institution.

February 02, 2018

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Duke Chronicle

Krzyzewskiville Shut Down Indefinitely Due to Severity of Flu

Krzyzewskiville Shut Down Indefinitely Due to Severity of Flu

February 02, 2018

All tenters in Krzyzewskiville received an indefinite grace period beginning at about 10 p.m. Wednesday night due to the high numbers of student illness and the severity of the flu this year. Larry Moneta, vice president for student affairs, asked the line monitors to give all tenters grace, co-head line monitors David Duquette and Sara Constand wrote in an email to the Krzyzewskiville Listserv Wednesday night.
All tenters in Krzyzewskiville received an indefinite grace period beginning at about 10 p.m. Wednesday night due to the high numbers of student illness and the severity of the flu this year. Larry Moneta, vice president for student affairs, asked the line monitors to give all tenters grace, co-head line monitors David Duquette and Sara Constand wrote in an email to the Krzyzewskiville Listserv Wednesday night.

February 02, 2018

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Cleveland Plain Dealer, OH

College of Wooster Takes Steps to Improve Diversity and Inclusion Following Sit-In

College of Wooster Takes Steps to Improve Diversity and Inclusion F...

February 01, 2018

The College of Wooster will commit more money to combating all forms of discrimination on campus, the school announced Wednesday in an email to alumni.
The College of Wooster will commit more money to combating all forms of discrimination on campus, the school announced Wednesday in an email to alumni.

February 01, 2018

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Toledo Blade, OH

Adrian College Music Professor Resigns After Sexual Misconduct Allegations Resurface

Adrian College Music Professor Resigns After Sexual Misconduct Alle...

February 01, 2018

An Adrian College music professor and choir director accused of sexually abusing two students decades ago has resigned.
An Adrian College music professor and choir director accused of sexually abusing two students decades ago has resigned.

February 01, 2018

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