NCAA COVID-19 Restrictions Lifted, Coaches Start Recruiting in Person

Collegiate sports coaches have started in-person scouting again after the NCAA lifted the COVID-19 ban. Since the start of the pandemic, the NCAA mandated a quiet period that lasted for 15 months. During the quiet period, coaches were banned from …

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Japanese Police Raid Kyoto University Dorms for Alleged Far-Left Activity

Kyoto police have launched a 140-man raid on the Kyoto University  Kumano dormitories to investigate alleged extremist activities as a follow-up operation to the arrest of a 26-year-old far-left activist earlier this week. Police suspected that the dorm has been …

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U.S. Department of Education Cancels $500 Million of Student Debt for Defrauded Borrowers

The US Department of Education announced on June 16 that it approved the cancellation of about $500 million worth of federal student loans for 18,000 borrowers who attended the non defunct for-profit ITT Technical Institute. ITT Technical Institute, which closed …

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Hawkeye Community College Nursing Students Administering COVID-19 Vaccines

Nursing students at Hawkeye Community College in Iowa have administered around 150 COVID-19 vaccinations at a campus clinic this week. The Black Hawk County Health Department issued a unit of Moderna vaccine to the college to store in its clinic …

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College Intern Helps Design Virtual Reality Training Kits for Police

Catawba College student Justin Gray is helping design virtual reality training experiences for the police and military as a Walser Technology intern. The Information Systems & Technology senior spends 15 hours a week for his internship at the Walser Technology …

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Community College Market Expected to Grow Nearly $20 Billion by 2025

An A.I. marketing site called ReportLinker predicts an $18 billion increase in the community college market during 2021-2025 in a holistic market analysis published Thursday. The report identified the rise in online classes as the driving force behind community college …

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Loyola Maryland Basketball Star Santi Aldama To Keep College Eligibility While Entering NBA Draft

Loyola University Maryland’s Santi Aldama announced Wednesday he is putting his name in the 2021 NBA Draft while staying enrolled at the college. The sophomore forward is looking to gauge the assessment of his draft stock before fully committing to …

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