Marjorie Valbrun

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May 18, 2022
The City University of New York on Tuesday formally commemorated faculty and staff members and students who have died of COVID-19 during the two years of the pandemic.
May 4, 2022
Columbia University was awarded slightly over $185 million in damages Monday by a federal jury that found that NortonLifeLock Inc. willfully and literally infringed two patents related to groundbreaking cybersecurity safeguards invented by Columbia professors, according to a press release from the university.
April 21, 2022
Three-fourths of students in bachelor’s degrees programs and two-thirds of adults seeking associate degrees who considered taking a break from college within the last six months cited emotional stress, according to a
October 11, 2021
Classes are canceled at UNC Chapel Hill this Tuesday due to "multiple reports of suicides" and an attempted suicide on campus since the start of the fall semester, the News & Observer reported Sunday. University officials made the decision to cancel classes after two separate 911 calls were made over the weekend involving a suicide and an attempted suicide, according to the newspaper, which also reported that two other suicide calls were reported to police in September.
September 30, 2021
Emory University has apologized for its role in displacing Native Americans. The Board of Trustees of the Georgia university has approved an official “Land Acknowledgment for Emory University” on Sept. 27 that “acknowledges the Muscogee (Creek) people who lived, worked, produced knowledge on, and nurtured the land where Emory’s Oxford and Atlanta campuses are now located,” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

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