National Association of Landscape Professionals Foundation Awards Four $1,000 Scholarships to Penn College Students

The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) Foundation awarded four $1,000 scholarships to Pennsylvania College of Technology students during the NALP’s 45th annual National Collegiate Landscape Competition in March. The virtual event announced Nick Bianchi, Erick Kennedy, Joanne Kim and …

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Becker College Closes its Doors Due to Pandemic Financial Losses

Becker College, a private liberal arts college of around 1,800 undergraduate students, is officially closing in August due to a financial strain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Massachusetts-based college has already set up “academic pathways” to allow displaced students …

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FBI Issues Warning About PYSA Ransomware Attacks Targeting Educational Institutions in the US and UK

The FBI Cyber Division reported that they have monitored increased PYSA ransomware activity specifically targeting educational institutions in the US and UK.  “Since March 2020, the FBI has become aware of PYSA ransomware attacks against US and foreign government entities, …

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Florida Assistant Principal and Daughter Hack Student Accounts to Rig Homecoming Queen Election

An assistant principal and her 17-year-old daughter have been accused of rigging a homecoming court election in Pensacola, Florida by accessing accounts without authorization, authorities said Monday.  Laura Rose Carroll, 50, was arrested Monday and taken to Escambia County Jail …

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