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Michigan Health Dept Offering COVID Vaccine to College Students

The Michigan Health Department is partnering with 26 colleges and universities to make the COVID-19 vaccine available to students in underserved communities.

Biden Admin to Hold Public Hearing on Campus Sexual Assault Policies

The Biden administration plans to hold a public hearing in a bid to overhaul Trump-era policies on campus sexual misconduct and gender-based discrimination.

Vermont Excludes Out-of-State Students From COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 vaccines in the state of Vermont are reserved for in-state college students only, Governor Phil Scott announced in a press conference.

Oregon Lawmakers Discuss Merger for Two and Four-Year Public Unis

Oregon lawmakers are debating a bill that could allow community colleges and public universities to merge.

US Supreme Court Chides NCAA on Athlete Compensation

The Supreme Court questioned the NCAA position concerning compensation as it has been raised by college athletes in the US.

NIL Rights Would Give Many Female College Athletes Greater Earnings Than Men

If student athletes were granted name, image, and likeness rights, the top women’s basketball players in this year’s Elite Eight would have greater earning power than the top men.

South Dakota Gov. Signs Orders Barring Trans Girls From College Sports

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem signed two executive orders preventing trans women from competing in college sports in the state.

University of Virginia to Limit Single-Use Plastics on Campus

Following a recent executive order by Governor Northam, the University of Virginia is limiting single-use plastics for a cleaner campus.