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Colleges pivot as COVID-19 comes to campus

Jumps in coronavirus cases have led a number of schools to change their policies in dining and elsewhere.


School nutrition teams under quarantine turn to community to keep kids fed

Nearby districts and other community members have stepped in to help distribute meals.

Diners can call ahead to place their orders and then drive by the hospital to pick them up.

All in-person classes and most remote learning will not begin until Sept. 21.

Plastic bags used in campus retail and foodservice locations will be the first to go.

The team is serving over 3,000 meals per day to UC Cruz community members and other area residents who have been displaced due to a wildfire in the area.

Circuit Judge Charles Dodson ruled the order unconstitutional.

As college campuses across the country bring back students for fall classes, here’s how they’re working to mitigate the risk.

This change comes after the COVID-19 positivity rate at the university’s health center rose to 13.6%.

The latest projections from Technomic show a major sales dip for this year, “aggressive growth” in the next.

The NYC Healthcare Heroes program debuted in April amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Houston County Bar Association donated funds to erase student meal debt at 19 area schools.

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