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  • College sports won't return this fall if colleges don't reopen: NCAA president

    Scott Halleran/Getty Images College sports won't return this fall if colleges remain closed, the NCAA president Mark Emmert said in an interview May 8.  While if, how, and when schools reopen remains to be seen and will surely vary across campuses, the goal is keeping students, including student-athletes, safe.  It will be a "very unusual school year," Emmert said, and the NCAA will need to adapt accordingly.   Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. No one knows for sure what...

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  • Displaced from colleges and well-stocked training tables, college athletes get cooking classes, grocery tips

    Duke’s Chris Rumph II (96) celebrates in front of Miami’s Jarren Williams (15) after Duke made a defensive stop during the third quarter of an NCAA college football game in Durham, N.C. in 2019. | AP Schools have provided care packages, grocery tips, recipes and even cooking demonstrations on social media. And nutritionists or dietitians at schools have consulted with athletes from afar. Nevada offensive lineman Nate Brown is doing his best to eat right, like many football players and other...

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • The Electoral College is not democratic — nor should it be

    Like the Senate and Bill of Rights, the Electoral College serves the purpose of restraining the power of the majority.

    TheHill
  • The electoral college should go

    E.J. Dionne Jr. was right in suggesting in his May 18 op-ed, “

    Washington Post
  • Bursting the College Bubble

    Not all students are experiencing the effects of the pandemic equally.

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  • Can the Electoral College Be Replaced?

    Joshua Holzer Politics, North America The U.S. is the only democracy in the world where a presidential candidate can get the most popular votes and still lose the election. The U.S. is the only democracy in the world where a presidential candidate can get the most popular votes and still lose the election. Thanks to the Electoral College, that has happened five times in the country’s history, including in 2000 and 2016. Rather than totaling up how many people vote for each candidate nationwide...

    The National Interest
  • The road ahead for college campuses

    Sen. Mike Braun, R-Ind., weighs in on safely reopening college campuses and businesses.

    MSNBC.com
  • College football in September? Of course!

    The question is not whether sports will soon return, but how we can ensure they soon return safely.

    Newsweek
  • How to survive financially after graduating college

    Class of 2020 is in for a rough time.

    www.cnet.com
  • American Colleges Are Headed for a Meltdown

    They've been through riots, protests, and natural disasters—but America's colleges have never seen anything like the financial meltdown the coronavirus is about to bring to their campuses. The post American Colleges Are Headed for a Meltdown appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

    Washington Free Beacon
  • The Electoral College Is a Confusing Mess

    Even the Supreme Court justices are perplexed.

    www.nytimes.com
  • College recruiting challenges during the coronavirus pandemic

    With the state of college football and basketball in limbo, coaches and recruits across the country have had to find new ways to go about age-old practices during the spring.

    ESPN.com
  • More than 20 laid off at Clackamas Community College

    PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- More than 20 employees of Clackamas Community College were given notice of layoffs last week, according to a spokesperson for the local college.

    KOIN.com
  • Grading the electoral college: C for chaos

    We really are playing Russian roulette with our democracy.

    Washington Post
  • The 20 college majors that pay the least

    Getty Images Some collegiate fields of study may not guarantee great wealth, even if they still lead to socially useful and emotionally satisfying careers. Using Census data, we found the 20 college majors with the lowest average personal incomes post-graduation. Many of the majors on the list are in education, and there's been a push to increase pay for teachers, especially after the novel coronavirus outbreak. Teachers had to quickly adjust their lessons to remote teaching, as well as help...

    Business Insider
  • Represent your favorite college with these face masks

    Joining major sports leagues, colleges now have their own face masks with team logos on them. Stay safe while showing school spirit with these face masks donned in college team logos. Check out the schools with available face masks below.

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  • College Basketball Superstars Who Flopped in the NBA

    The best college basketball players don't necessarily become the best NBA players. Sometimes, they barely make an imprint in the NBA at all. Be sure to note we're only interested in college basketball superstars

    Bleacher Report
  • Path Seen To Fall College Reopenings, If ....

    Connecticut has a blueprint for reopening colleges and universities to classes this fall. It depends on a bunch of “ifs.”

    New Haven Independent
  • Colleges plan fall opening, but campuses won't look the same

    Growing numbers of U.S. colleges are pledging to reopen this fall, but they're planning dramatic changes to campus life to keep the coronavirus at bay

    ABC News
  • No football would cost $4B, alter college sports

    As more college athletic departments cut sports programs, the financial wreckage is becoming clear. And it gets even worse if college football doesn't return.

    ESPN.com
  • Colleges plan fall opening, but campuses won't look the same

    Growing numbers of U.S. colleges are pledging to reopen this fall, with dramatic changes to campus life to keep the coronavirus at bay. Big lectures will be a thing of the past. Dorms will will be nowhere near capacity. Students will face mandatory virus testing. And at some smaller schools, students may be barred from leaving campus.Even as some universities abandon hope of in-person instruction next semester, citing concerns from public health officials, dozens are announcing plans [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • These colleges plan to reopen for in-person classes in the fall

    The new coronavirus pandemic forced every college across the U.S. to move to online instruction, but a number of them are already planning for in-person classes for the upcoming fall semester.

    Newsweek
  • Colleges develop plans for reopening in fall 2020

    U.S. colleges and universities are announcing plans for the fall semester, which include having students leave campus following Thanksgiving break. Adm. James Stavridis and Cosmopolitan's Jessica Pels discuss.

    MSNBC.com
  • The 50 best American colleges and universities of 2020

    Joe Raedle/Getty Images Education research firm Quacquarelli Symonds shared its first-ever ranking of the best colleges and universities in the United States with Business Insider. The research firm looked at four categories to create an overall index score for 300 universities. At the top of the list was Harvard University with an overall score of 93.3 out of 100. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Harvard University is the best university in the US, according to education...

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