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Town Halls at Penn State College of Medicine Reveal the Same Racial Tensions That Plague the Nation

by Pamela and Mark Tulchinsky | August 10, 2020
On May 29th, 2020, four days after the killing of George Floyd, we received a message from a Bl [...] Read more

‘I Can’t Afford Tuition’: College Students Face Financial Strains, Health Concerns From Pandemic Ahead of F

by Jessica Menton | August 10, 2020
Brittany Goddard’s final semester at Howard University isn’t the dream ending she imagined [...] Read more

No Parties, No Trips: Colleges Set COVID-19 Rules for Fall

by Michael Hill, Associated Press | August 10, 2020
As they struggle to salvage some semblance of a campus experience this fall, U.S. colleges are [...] Read more

COVID-19 Threatens Small Colleges and Towns They Keep Alive

by Frank Morris | August 10, 2020
There’s a lot riding on a kickoff set for 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12. The Sterling College War [...] Read more

Syracuse University Suspends ZBT Fraternity for Violating Public Health Orders

by Chris Hippensteel | August 03, 2020
Syracuse University has suspended its Zeta Beta Tau fraternity chapter for violating publi [...] Read more

COVID-19 Testing Delays Create a Public Health Nightmare As Schools and Workplaces Try to Reopen

by Christina Farr | August 03, 2020
Across much of the U.S., concerned citizens are lining up to get tested for the coronavirus, on [...] Read more

Local Schools, Universities Prioritize Mental Health of Students and Staff During Pandemic

by Cayley Urenko | August 03, 2020
HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) – As students get ready for school, whether it be online or in-p [...] Read more

Hospital Workers Demand Temple University Health System Provide Hazard Pay

by CBS3 Staff | August 03, 2020
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Hospital workers are demanding that Temple University Health System prov [...] Read more
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