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Thursday, March 17, 2022

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National & International Headlines

Upcoming Policy Change Requires Students to Register All Parties

Starting next fall, any group prepping to throw a party will have to add filling out a party registration form to their to-do list. Individuals and organizations planning on hosting an event with alcohol and 20 or more people will be required to register with Public Safety.

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Legislature Passes Enrollment Cap Reprieve for UC Berkeley

This decision stems from a lawsuit by a group of Berkeley residents trying to keep the university's expansion at bay, claiming the campus failed to assess the environmental hazards of noise construction and traffic as well as the effects more students have on housing.

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How a State University Became a National Model for COVID Response

It took less than three weeks from the time the first case of COVID emerged in the US for Rutgers University leaders to prepare its response. Also, Rutgers was the first major university system in the nation to embrace a campus wide vaccine mandate.

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Coming Together in a Time of Crisis

As 1.5 million refugees pour into Poland to escape the shelling and bombing of Ukraine, Polish universities are offering dormitories, sports halls and cultural centers as shelter and parliament has permitted them to find ways to continue their work and study.

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Regional Public Colleges Help Build Economic Resilience, Study Finds

A recent proposal from the Brookings Institution outlined how the federal government could label some regional colleges as "distressed-community-serving institutions" and provide them with millions of dollars in grants to help stimulate local economies.

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