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VOA: Students Rescue Wasted Farm Crops for Food Banks

In their younger years, longtime friends Aidan Reilly and James Kanoff volunteered together at a Los Angeles food bank.  When the...

VOA: Seniors Can Donate Graduation Gowns to Help Fight COVID-19

Concerns over the coronavirus have changed the ways people socialize, shop, and work.  The pandemic also robbed many students of big events...

INCLUSIVE PROGRAMS SHOW RESILIENCE

Melissa Gatti misses the Green. “I loved walking around campus, seeing the activities going on,” said the first-year computer...

VOA: Saturday Classes? Schools Mull Ways to Make Up Lost Time

When students return to school after a lengthy pandemic-induced absence, the consensus is they will have lost significant academic ground. Still...

Penn State announces plan, procedure for students to move out

With Gov. Tom Wolf’s easing of stay-at-home restrictions in 24 Pennsylvania counties on May 8 and his plan to reopen 13 additional counties starting on...

CNN: Students face tough choices about college as May 1 decision deadline looms

Matthew Cabral, 18, has not decided where he is going to college, even though the traditional May 1 decision deadline is...

Philanthropist, entrepreneur discusses U-M fellowship that aims to help students, major cities

Entrepreneur and philanthropist David Bohnett sees big cities as laboratories for humanity, and seized upon an idea that could help them as...

An online celebration to mark a very special day

Penn will host an online University-wide graduation event at 11 a.m. on Monday, May 18. In-person ceremonies for Penn’s 264th Commencement will...

VOA: Students Sue Liberty University Over COVID-19 Response

A lawsuit filed in federal court claims Liberty University failed to protect its students by inviting them back to campus during a...

AP: Virus doesn’t care as students try to prepare for college

Before the coronavirus slammed the gates on campus visits by prospective students, Serra Sowers had plans to visit seven colleges this spring...
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Kirsten Becker promoted to head women’s gymnastics coach

Becker has served as the program’s assistant coach for the past five years, helping lead the Quakers to the 2020 Ivy Classic.

CNN: Summer is not completely canceled. Here are 100 things we can do with or without kids.

This is not the summer we had hoped or planned for.The calendar is littered with canceled vacations and summer camps, shuttered pools...

Oral care during COVID-19

Experts from the School of Dental Medicine share tips on how to maintain healthy teeth and gums even when a trip to...

Life, death, and the litter layer

Kristina Lyons’ new book explores the Colombian world of litter layers, seeds, and soils; Amazonian farmers, narcos, and the War on Drugs