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In October, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law requiring public universities to offer abortion pills for students beginning in 2023. The legislation pertains to 34…
In October, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law requiring public universities to offer abortion pills for students beginning in 2023. The legislation pertains to 34 University of California and nine California State University campuses. But are all campuses ready to bring this procedure to their students? Many public university student health centers in California provide contraception options and birth control pills, but this is the first time in the country that abortion pills (not to be confused with the…
Coronavirus has forced universities to shut down, harming students who must pay for their on- or off-campus housing for the duration of the school year. Universities need to issue a partial refund for this financial burden.
While the novel coronavirus continues to impact the lives of many people around the world, college students are anxiously waiting to hear about any refunds they will receive for the rest of the spring semester.
During this stressful time, people are worried that this lockdown will cause them to miss out on their daily fitness routines.
With the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19 prompting officials at all levels of government to impose restrictions on businesses, schools, and other aspects of our everyday lives, many are coming to terms with a new reality and a lot more time at home than normal as a result.
As many university faculty adjust to a wholly new method of teaching, those with more online teaching experience are sharing their knowledge to ease the transition.
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As many university faculty adjust to a wholly new method of teaching, those with more online…
The U.S. Department of Education is making some changes to the rules of Title IX, the civil rights…