- Jan 27, 2021
As this unusual school year gets underway, Boston College freshmen were reminded that they’ve already been through a lot and were urged — as college graduating seniors usually are — that they have to go out and change the world.
A private eastern Iowa college has announced it will remove a statue of the school’s founder after officials there learned new details about his slave-owning past.
The University of Notre Dame has temporarily suspended all in-person instruction after an alarming increase in COVID-19 cases, most of which stemmed from a handful of off-campus parties.
evolving changes to university life and the bigger questions of how to reopen have raised logistical and ethical questions for Catholic colleges and universities during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
With online registrations open and classes scheduled to start in early October, many pontifical universities in Rome have been publishing their new safety protocols and procedures on their websites.
When the Vatican issued norms that pontifical universities offer in-person classes on their campuses for the coming academic year, institutes in Rome spent the summer hammering out what changes and protocols would be needed to keep staff and students safe.