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    Rutgers says all students must be vaccinated before they can come to the campus in fall.

    Adding the Covid vaccine to student immunization requirements “will help provide a safer and more robust college experience for our students,” according to the university’s president.

    Low-Income Students More Likely to Be Learning Remotely, Study Finds

    Research from Columbia University suggests that less effective instruction will widen the achievement gap between the two groups.

    International students in Australia prepare to spend the holidays away from family

    It’s been a rough year surviving the pandemic away from home.

    11 Students on a First Day of School Like No Other

    Students across the country discussed math, masks and managing anxiety as the year begins.

    A Few Students Threw Parties. Now an Entire SUNY Campus Is Shut Down.

    Nearly 400 State University of New York, Oneonta, students tested positive for the coronavirus less than two weeks after classes began.
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    Kim Jong-un Says He’s Ready for ‘Dialogue and Confrontation’ With Biden

    During a Workers’ Party meeting, the North Korean leader reviewed the new U.S. policy on his country and ordered “counteraction,” state news media reported.

    Kim Jong-un Says He’s Ready for ‘Dialogue and Confrontation’ With Biden

    During a Workers’ Party meeting, the North Korean leader reviewed the new U.S. policy on his country and ordered “counteraction,” state news media reported.

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