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October 7, 2021

ITGA News & Announcements

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National & International Headlines

Three Campuses Unite to Become Vermont State University

Three four-year colleges that are part of the Vermont State College system are now united under one name: Vermont State University. Even before COVID, the three institutions were in financial trouble due to chronic underfunding and declining enrollment.

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ASU Releases Updates on Racial Justice Commitments

ASU outlined its progress — and lack thereof — it has made on 25 goals to make its campuses a more racially equitable and inclusive place in its LIFT Report published in September. The report listed the names of new programs and proposals underway.

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Ireland Wakes up to Four New University Towns

Ireland is waking up today with four new university towns. It is all thanks to the Technological University Shannon: Midlands Midwest officially coming into being today. TUS will have a student population of 14,000, with about 2,000 full and part-time staff.

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Low Census Counts Rattle College Towns

As population tallies roll out, campuses and city halls worry a census interrupted by COVID-19 could choke available public dollars. College and local officials have been bracing for low census counts since COVID started spreading in the US.

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Ohio State Campus Bar Offering Free Rides Home

A bar near Ohio State's campus is hoping to start a safety movement amid recent crime in the University District. Ellsworth was inspired by the group Buckeyes for a Safe Ohio State after they put up billboards and protested for more safety measures.

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