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As the college nears its would-be spring break, some students worry about the mental and academic burnout that might accompany more than three consecutive months of classes. The college canceled spring break in October to dissuade students from traveling and potentially exacerbating positive COVID-19 tests on-campus and in the city, as well as a way …

Issued on: 24/02/2021 – 12:35Modified: 24/02/2021 – 12:39 France is coming to terms with the fact that sexual assault and rape cases are often known about but ignored. The situation at the prestigious Sciences Po university has been under the spotlight after one of its top professors was accused of abusing his stepson. The school’s director then resigned …

Jordyn Brown   | Register-Guard The University of Oregon is asking students not to travel over spring break this year, due to ongoing concerns of COVID-19 spread in Lane County.  In a message to students last week, UO’s Dean of Students and Associate Vice President for Student Life Kris Winter asked students not to travel over …

Indigenous students reported the highest rates of negative mental health related to the pandemic compared to students in all other racial and ethnic groups who visited their college counseling centers last year, according to new data released by the Center for Collegiate Mental Health. Black, Hispanic or Latino, and Indigenous students also reported the highest …

RALEIGH, N.C. (February 8, 2021) – With COVID-19 vaccines on the way to retail pharmacies, Wake Tech pharmacy technology degree students will soon be trained to administer them. The college is teaming up with the Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences to train and certify students so they can administer vaccines under the …

Faviola Hernandez and her daughter, Stephanie, 8, walk up a hill while sledding at Big Lake Park on Tuesday. The Council Bluffs Community School District has used three snow days this year, including two this week, and is considering shifting other days of inclement weather to …

BLACKSBURG, Va. (WDBJ) -Virginia Tech is reminding students that they must continue to follow public health guidelines. This comes after about 35 people were disciplined for large gatherings last weekend. School leaders say they want to remind students of the importance of limiting groups to no more than 10, wearing masks and staying physically distanced. …

News Herald file photo Burke County Board of Education voted Monday night to send pre-K through fifth-grade students back to the classroom beginning Feb. 1. Sixth through 12th grade students will remain in remote learning. Support Local Journalism Your subscription makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} After much discussion at the special-called meeting, including revoking a …

As health organizations across the Yakima Valley work to make vaccines accessible to all who are eligible, local nursing, pharmacy and other students are pitching in to get those vaccines into community members’ arms. Students at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, Heritage University, Central Washington University and Washington State University are involved in the …

Construction of the new Hammond Central High School is still progressing. Kale Wilk, The Times HAMMOND — The School City of Hammond will offer refunds to qualified students for technology and lab fees after district leaders say some families eligible for textbook assistance should not have been charged. “When you have students who qualify for …