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By adamg - 2/18/21 - 10:28 am

The Tech reports and condemns e-mail from somebody claiming he will pay $50,000 to female students with certain Chinese surnames if they give up some of their eggs - about five times the going rate for them and without any mention of the potentially serious complications (like, oh, death) for women who get hormone shots to stimulate extra egg production for harvesting.

By adamg - 2/11/21 - 1:56 pm

No more virtual nonsense, Northeastern says: It's going to let its seniors graduate outdoors, even if that means holding two commencement ceremonies to safely handle them all. The school is also looking at possibly holding a separate outdoor celebration for people who had to graduate virtually in 2020. Read more.

By adamg - 2/10/21 - 8:02 pm
Qinxuan Pan

The New Haven Independent reports on what has become a national manhunt for Qinxuan Pan (shown right), who is considered armed and dangerous. Kevin Jiang was shot to death on Feb. 6.

Jiang was recently engaged to a woman who graduated from MIT before moving to New Haven to become a doctoral student herself at Yale.

By adamg - 2/10/21 - 10:45 am

The Heights reports BC is telling students, especially freshmen, they're cruising for a bruising, like maybe just sending students home for the rest of the semester, because of an uptick in Covid-19 cases of late.

Several students have been booted from campus housing - or even suspended - after "gatherings' over the past couple of weekends involving too many students in one place, many without masks on, the Heights reports.

By adamg - 2/9/21 - 9:27 am

The Hampshire Gazette reports the Commonwealth's Flagship Campus has ordered all students - including off campu - to stay in their rooms except to get testing or meals due to an outbreak that has so far hit several hundred. The Daily Collegian reports one frat was suspended for "two massive back-to-back parties, packed to the brim with young people dancing and drinking."

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By adamg - 1/29/21 - 9:01 am

The Huntington News reports Northeastern University has agreed to make a proposed 975-bed dorm at 840 Columbus Ave. a proposed 800-bed dorm after nearby residents said: Enough.

As part of the project, which would be built and run by a private company, Northeastern would sell off some of the rental units it now owns in the Fenway.

By adamg - 1/20/21 - 10:21 pm

"Bigger" - Boston Latin School tribute to VP Kamala Harris

Shown today during an MLK commemoration.

Note the final shot inside the BLS auditorium scans across some of the hundreds of years of white male headmasters before the camera focuses on current Head of School Rachel Skerrit.

By adamg - 1/19/21 - 10:45 am

Berklee College of Music has rented 17 rooms at the Hynes Convention Center for students to use in a socially distanced sort of way for classroom and ensemble use. Read more.

By adamg - 1/16/21 - 11:55 am

Inyoung You will face trial for manslaughter on allegations she prodded her boyfriend to throw himself off a garage roof in 2019, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.

By adamg - 12/14/20 - 1:51 pm

A federal judge ruled today that Northeastern students who filed a class-action suit over the way they had to start taking classes online due to Covid-19 have now made a good enough case to warrant further consideration in court. Read more.

By adamg - 12/12/20 - 1:05 pm

The Crimson reports the U made the decision to ensure people playing by Harvard Covid-19 rules on campus can use school facilities in reasonable safety.

By adamg - 11/19/20 - 3:06 pm

Introducing Fletcher, The Graduate School of Global Affairs

Seems Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy is renaming itself Fletcher, The Graduate School of Global Affairs at Tufts University, which means it will offer an MA in Global Affairs. People are not liking the rebranding.

Via Ari O.

By adamg - 11/15/20 - 8:30 pm

The Tufts Daily reports the university today told students attending classes in person that they can only leave their dorms - or off-campus apartments - to "attend class, seek medical care, go to or from their jobs, pick up food, get a COVID-19 test or exercise outdoors." Read more.

By adamg - 11/13/20 - 2:31 pm

BU Today reports the director of BU's Student Health Services sees "Covid fatigue" kicking in and people letting down their guard and getting infected outside the "BU bubble" - with a recent increase in positive test numbers due mainly to students living off campus in Boston. Read more.

By adamg - 11/12/20 - 9:08 pm

Tom Lehrer - Fight Fiercely Harvard

The Crimson reports the presidents of the eight Ivy League schools have called off all winter sporting events due to escalating Covid-19 numbers, that the fall season will not be rescheduled for the spring and that spring events, if they happen at all, will not start until the end of February.

By adamg - 11/12/20 - 5:50 pm

Update: Babson, too.

The MIT Tech reports campus health officials suspended in-person teaching for first-year MBA students at the Sloan School of Management Nov. 5 through Thanksgiving due to a rash of positive Covid-19 tests among them. Read more.

By adamg - 11/12/20 - 11:54 am

A federal appeals court in Boston ruled today that Harvard's "race-conscious admissions program" does not violate federal law. Read more.

By adamg - 11/4/20 - 10:19 pm

A federal judge today gave several Boston University students, all trying to lead a class action against BU over the way it moved classes online this spring due to Covid-19, two weeks to show that they personally were harmed by the change in class assignments or have their cases tossed for good. Read more.

By adamg - 10/26/20 - 10:07 pm

The Heights reports Boston College has canceled spring break so it can start the spring semester later. Students will get a spring-break day, however.

By adamg - 10/22/20 - 11:44 am

BU Today reports 12 students were suspended for the rest of the fall semester and five were given lesser punishments because of their attendance at one of three parties that featured close-contact bare facedness as well as the more traditional "underage drinking, physical assault, and disturbing the peace." Read more.

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