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Public universities, and their budgets, are counting on students' willingness to accept a socially distant, hybrid campus experience.
Depending on how much impact the coronavirus has on enrollment, the deficit could be $47 to $129 million, officials say.
UConn President Thomas Katsouleas warned Wednesday it will be an “academic semester ... unlike anything we have seen previously.”
An inspector general verified 16 allegations of race-based harassment, but said in many cases nothing was done about them.
The schools are lobbying both Congress and the Lamont administration for protections from lawsuits stemming from coronavirus infections on campus.
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The current opioid epidemic began 20 years ago as people’s lives were ruined by the very substance that was supposed to relieve their pain. With the rise of synthetic opioids, we have seen an alarming and continued increase in drug overdose deaths.
From Nixon to Trump, Republicans have been appealing to white racial dislike. And, while 23% of white American adults think that it is bad to have a growing multicultural society, I argue that young white Americans are not falling for it and they are the hope.
Recent police actions have forced Americans to look at racial discrimination at its ugliest – dying from being black. Black Americans are fed up and furious; white Americans are joining protests throughout the country. Even in Fairfield County, demonstrators have taken to the streets in affluent Greenwich, New Canaan, and Westport. But the anger will ebb, the demonstrators will go back to work, the beaches and the bars will fill. For sure, some things may change. Police practices may come under greater scrutiny and accountability.
During the Academy Awards in 2017, the New York Times aired an ad with the motto: “The truth is hard to find.” This slogan was not only part of a marketing initiative by the Times to increase digital subscribers, but it echoed a message of awareness towards truth’s importance in an era where honesty has become a luxury, and lies run rampant.
However, despite honesty now becoming a commodity, the word “truth” itself has been continuously mishandled.
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