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Iowa State 'Brain Gain' Study: What Brings People Back After College

For Iowans from small, rural towns there are two options after high school - stay put or leave for college. A team of Iowa State University researchers, led by Stephanie Sowl, is studying what makes the ones who choose the latter option come back.

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What Could the COVID Endemic Look Like in the UK?

Earlier this week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that Plan B will soon be scrapped, triggering the start of the UK's transition from a COVID-19 pandemic to an endemic. The Metro spoke to an expert about what a post-pandemic world could look like.

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One Million Fewer Students Enrolled Since Pandemic Began

Even though much of America's economy opened up in 2021, America's university-aged cohort continued to stay away from college and university in record numbers. The total decline of the number of students for the two years of the pandemic is 6.5%.

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Rapid Community Innovation with Geneva, NY and Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Three guests joined the the podcast to talk about how the City of Geneva, NY and the Hobart and William Smith Colleges were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. This is part of a series with ITGA and ELGL.

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KSU President Seeking Win-Win Scenarios with Community

Since ending its food services contract with Aramark, Diacon said the university's move to provide its own dining services has enabled more local restaurants and caterers to work with the university to provide food for events, meetings and sports events.

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