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Read: Dept. of Ed. Issues New Clery Act Guidance Amid COVID-19 Crisis

Dept. of Ed. Issues New Clery Act Guidance Amid COVID-19 Crisis

The new guidance covers emergency notification requirements for the essential employees and small number of students who remain on college campuses.

Read: 28 UT Austin Spring Breakers Test Positive for COVID-19

28 UT Austin Spring Breakers Test Positive for COVID-19

The students were part of a group of 70 who chartered an airplane to Mexico despite the CDC’s advisory to avoid non-essential international travel.

Read: Traveling for Spring Break? Here Are Some Coronavirus Considerations

Traveling for Spring Break? Here Are Some Coronavirus Considerations

Here’s how one Florida university is preparing for spring break amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Read: How U.S. Schools Are Preparing for Coronavirus Threat

How U.S. Schools Are Preparing for Coronavirus Threat

Many schools are readying for the possibility of extended closings by preparing online lessons and/or instructional packets.

Read: CDC: Americans Should Prepare for Spread of Coronavirus

CDC: Americans Should Prepare for Spread of Coronavirus

A top health official said Tuesday that it isn’t a matter of if the coronavirus will continue to spread but when and how severely.

Read: Second Wave of Flu Hits U.S., Worst Season for Children in a Decade

Second Wave of Flu Hits U.S., Worst Season for Children in a Decade

This flu season also started the earliest in 15 years, with an influx of flu-like sicknesses seen as early as October in parts of the South.

Read: Mesa County Valley Closes All 43 Schools Amid Stomach Bug Outbreak

Mesa County Valley Closes All 43 Schools Amid Stomach Bug Outbreak

The outbreak of two highly contagious viruses has prompted the Mesa County Valley School District to close all schools until after Thanksgiving break.

Read: Vape Pens: How Students Are Using Them to Abuse Drugs

Vape Pens: How Students Are Using Them to Abuse Drugs

Concerns over the use of vape pens to inhale drugs continue to grow as hundreds of vaping-related illnesses have been reported.

Read: Massachusetts Temporarily Bans Sale of All Vaping Products

Massachusetts Temporarily Bans Sale of All Vaping Products

Governor Charlie Baker declared a public health emergency and placed a four-month ban on all vaping products, outraging many long-time users.

Read: Study: 1 in 16 Women Say Their First Sexual Experience Was Rape

Study: 1 in 16 Women Say Their First Sexual Experience Was Rape

The study also found women who reported their first sexual experience as rape were more likely to see physical and mental conditions as a result.

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