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Education: Colleges and Universities

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Still within the first month of most of the nation's universities and colleges reopening their campuses, albeit with severe restrictions and social distancing measures, administrative leaders are awaiting with bated breath just how bad the pandemic i

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A group of roughly 100 Stanford University School of Medicine professors published an open letter in opposition to Dr. Scott Atlas- a White House Coronavirus Task Force advisor - because of how he says the U.S. should reopen amid the ongoing coronavi

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

It's been no secret that only a couple weeks into the start of the fall semester, colleges across the US are struggling to keep COVID-19 numbers down, with some schools already reporting hundreds of confirmed cases, and others quickly shutting down i

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Virginia: Washington and Lee University is offering a writing seminar for first year students titled "How to Overthrow the State" that "places each student at the head of a revolutionary movement aiming to overthrow a sitting government and for

Article Image News Link • Global, Lance D Johnson

The continuous abuse of public health "emergency" declarations has exposed power-hungry government officials and their disregard for human rights. The sweeping new powers that are being derived from "pandemic" propaganda have led some governo

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Colleges and universities which are opening for in-person, on campus classes this week and the next are apparently stopping at nothing to ensure they can detect COVID-19 cases early, especially as they struggle to prevent total campus shutdowns ...

Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

Pacific University staff psychologist Dr. Shirley Ley is hosting a weekly webinar series called "Rising from the Margins." Ley said the platform is "dedicated to those who have been perceived as inferior or less worthy" due to their background.

Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

Just when you thought all universities were good for was churning out uninformed Marxists, the University of Georgia breaks that stigma by offering up some groundbreaking sexual health advice in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Even after big names like Harvard announced "online only" classes through the Fall semester, many colleges and universities across the nation will be opening campus for in-person classes with even sports to resume, albeit with strict coronavirus safe

Article Image News Link • Global by Brian Wang

The USA has almost 19 million college students. There are about 1.5 million faculty in degree-granting postsecondary institutions. Most US colleges are re-opening because they would go bankrupt if they did not have classes and students are not willin