An increasing amount of colleges across the United States are testing wastewater to isolate the spread of COVID-19 by identifying carriers even before symptoms manifest.
Colleges plagued by a surge in COVID-19 cases as well as some which took preventative measures are among a growing list of universities reverting to online classes.
Top US universities have “massively underreported” their funding from foreign nations, including China and Russia, the Department of Education said in a report.
CUNY could be forced to engage in massive layoffs as state Governor Andrew Cuomo has approved budget cuts without compensating measures to raise revenues.
Washington State Governor Jay Inslee announced expanded measures to help slow the spread of coronavirus in college residential facilities.
The pandemic has caused universities across the US to cancel or postpone sports seasons, forcing college athletes aspiring to compete in the Olympics to reconsider their dreams.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association petitioned the US Supreme Court to avoid having to give players more than their current compensation.
Brigham Young University-Idaho has warned its students against “intentionally” exposing themselves to COVID-19 so that they could sell their plasma for a few hundred bucks.
The Seoul Police arrested four South Koreans charged with doctoring student admission papers to top US universities.