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Dartmouth College reverses course on letting freshmen postpone enrollment. Spelman College offers discount for remote instruction. Mount Holyoke College won't play varsity sports. Some college football coaches discuss intentional, teamwide immunity.

General Discussion Forum / UCSF Pays $1 Million Ransom to Hackers
« on: July 02, 2020, 08:00:04 AM »
The University of California, San Francisco, paid a ransom of $1.14 million to hackers who encrypted and threatened to publish sensitive data stolen from the institution’s School of Medicine.

SoCal to Las Vegas train project gets approval to build along I-15 Freeway

The top executive is taking a step back after sexual harassment allegations are lifted by anonymous employees.


The Drum / The Anatomy of a Failing University (Commentary)
« on: July 01, 2020, 06:00:18 PM »
"...Years ago, I argued that higher education had a failed business plan, one that planted the seeds of its own destruction. It was a plan following the failures of K-12.  Now the reality of the failed business plan is imminent..."

The Big West Conference officially welcomed California State University, Bakersfield and the University of California San Diego as its newest members today, increasing the total number of Conference institutions to 11.

CSU Bakersfield will be immediately eligible in round-robin and single-site championship sports for Big West titles, awards and honors and continue its eligibility for NCAA automatic qualification in these sports.

UC San Diego will begin an NCAA mandated four-year reclassification period to Division I on July 1. Its programs will be included in all Big West round robin sports schedules beginning with the 2020-21 academic year. UC San Diego will conclude the reclassification period to Division I on July 1, 2024...

General Discussion Forum / Insurance Policies for College Tuition???
« on: July 01, 2020, 12:25:35 PM »
Just last week, six colleges contacted GradGuard, a tuition insurance company, about offering tuition insurance to students, said John Fees, co-founder and managing director of GradGuard. The company currently provides tuition insurance to students at more than 300 public and private colleges.
 :o :shrug: :no:  :popcorn:

Virginia Union University's football coach shares how his team has stayed connected and how they are moving forward, despite the uncertainties of the pandemic and its impact on the fall season.

Students from each institution will chart individualized academic pathways by toggling among each schools' offerings.

Two United States senators plan to submit a bill later this week prohibiting schools from compelling athletes sign COVID-19 waivers as a condition of participation.

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