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    DENVER (CBS4)– The City of Denver issued a strict public health order targeting college-aged people on Thursday. A total of 10 active coronavirus outbreaks involve universities located in Denver. One outbreak is at Regis University, one at Metro State, eight at the University of Denver. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock (credit: CBS) “Students have to take...
    (CBS SF) – Cal and Stanford could be hitting the gridiron in 2020 after all, after the Pac-12 conference reportedly decided to proceed with a shortened football season. League sources told CBS Sports’ Dennis Dodd that the conference will play a seven-game conference-only season beginning Friday, Nov. 6 with the Pac-12 Championship Game scheduled for...
    The governor of Florida wants universities and colleges in the state to take it easy on students who run afoul of coronavirus restrictions while on campuses this fall. Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis proposed a bill of rights for students in the state who are caught congregating in large groups. DeSantis added that it was...
    The Pac-12 has decided to play football in the fall, reversing an August decision to postpone until spring because of concerns about COVID-19. Two people with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press that the conference’s presidents had voted to stage a fall season, though the start date was unclear. The people spoke...
    Bill Curcio — the Board of Trustees Chair at Sussex County Community College — has been selected to serve on the Committee on Racial and Social Justice, a new group dedicated to the statewide fight for social equality in schools. The panel comprises six members — three presidents and three state county college trustees —...
    Democrats have been loudly clamoring for an end to the Electoral College for the last two decades. Their demands began in earnest when Republican George W. Bush defeated Democrat Al Gore in the 2000 election. That was the first time since 1888 that the winner of the Electoral College lost the...
    GOVRONDESANTIS/TWITTERGov. Ron DeSantis thinks students who attend Florida’s 12 state universities should be able to socialize without worrying about getting thrown out of school. To that end, DeSantis said Thursday he’s willing to consider a college students’ “bill of rights” that would preclude state universities from taking actions against students who are enjoying themselves. The...
    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantisRon DeSantisFlorida attorney general scrutinizing Bloomberg paying fines for felons to vote Trump may meet with potential Supreme Court pick in Miami Florida governor unveils legislation targeting protesters in 'violent or disorderly' demonstrations MORE (R) on Thursday proposed a “bill of rights” for college students in response to schools punishing students for...
    BOSTON (AP) — Alumni Stadium will be empty when new Boston College coach Jeff Hafley and quarterback Phil Jurkovec get their first look at a game day in Chestnut Hill. But if things keep going like this, they’ll be around for a lot more. BC began the Hafley era with a 26-6 victory over...
    Rondale Moore opts back in for 2020 season to play for Purdue football. Rondale Moore has decided his college career at Purdue football is not over just yet. On ESPN’s College Football Live on Thursday afternoon, the Purdue Boilermakers’ standout wide receiver and return specialist announced his intentions to opt back in. Moore was a...
    By BOBBY CAINA CALVAN, Associated Press TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said he would seek a “bill of rights" for college students in the wake of crackdowns on parties and other social gatherings that some blame for a surge in coronavirus infections at campuses across the country. “I understand that universities are...
    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (CBS/AP) – About a week after a COVID-19 outbreak at Providence College, the Rhode Island Department of Health reported Thursday that the number of new coronavirus cases in the state continues to rise, while the number of people hospitalized has reached its highest level in a month. The department reported 139 new confirmed...
    Joe Biden stood on the floor of a Wisconsin aluminum plant this week, shed the trappings of his decades in national politics and then took aim at the billionaire New Yorker he wants to evict from the Oval Office. “I’ve dealt with guys like Donald Trump my whole life, who would look down on us...
    Joe Biden stood on the floor of a Wisconsin aluminum plant this week, shed the trappings of his decades in national politics and then took aim at the billionaire New Yorker he wants to evict from the Oval Office. “I’ve dealt with guys like Donald Trump my whole life, who would look down on us...
    The husband of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., helped an unqualified student get accepted into the University of California, Berkeley, an audit found. According to The Mercury News, Richard Blum serves as a University of California regent. The news outlet cited the results of a state audit that concluded several dozen students were admitted to various...
    Absolutely heartbreaking ruling in Breonna Taylor shooting sparks new wave of national protests for justice, racial equality America’s most historic fast food joints Your 2020 college football Week 4 announcing schedule Thursday, September 24 © Provided by Awful Announcing 7:30 PM- UAB at South Alabama ESPN: Matt Barrie, Mike Golic Jr., Lauren...
    The 2020 college football season continues amid the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.   A total of 91 of the 130 FBS teams are scheduled to play college football in 2020, and more could be coming if the Pac-12, Mountain West Conference and Mid-American Conference join the season. Among the other Power 5 conferences,...
    Some students attending a women’s college in Massachusetts were outraged over a "Blue Lives Matter" rally, but the college president said that peaceful assembly is "protected in the First Amendment." “Participants will gather on the public area around the gazebo, which is not owned by the College,” Mount Holyoke President Sonya Stephens wrote in a...
    Woman says she was fired from Whataburger for wearing Black Lives Matter mask America’s most historic fast food joints Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket...
    A Louisville university dismissed class in the wake of a grand jury’s decision not to charge cops for killing Breonna Taylor — and instead urged students to use the time to “channel your feelings into constructive action.” Bellarmine University president Susan Donovan canceled classes Wednesday afternoon and all of Thursday after the only charges filed...
    Getty Head coach Matt LaFleur of the Green Bay Packers looks on in the first quarter against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field on September 20, 2020 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. A prospective NFL kicker with an impressive backstory was among several specialists who worked out for the Green Bay Packers on Wednesday,...
    Technically speaking, we’re at Week 4 of the college football season, but with the SEC joining the fray, it’s likely some will be paying close attention for the first time all year. Optimism abounds as more (and hopefully soon, all) conferences will be playing this fall, even if it’s just five or six games....
    Mark S. Rosentraub University of Michigan (The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) Mark S. Rosentraub, University of Michigan (THE CONVERSATION) Editor’s note: Despite concerns about COVID-19, Big Ten college football is set to begin Oct. 24. Here, Mark Rosentraub, a professor of sport management, addresses...
    Fact check: Raised dots on steering wheel are not Braille Olive Garden parents quarterly revenue falls by 28% as pandemic weighs on sales 4 Times a Roth IRA Is Better Than a 529 for College Savings If you're a parent wondering how you'll pay for your kid's education, here's some bad news: College tuition...
    A Louisville university dismissed class in the wake of a grand jury’s decision not to charge cops for killing Breonna Taylor — and instead urged students to use the time to “channel your feelings into constructive action.” Bellarmine University president Susan Donovan canceled classes Wednesday afternoon and all of Thursday after the only charges filed...
    Texas football star quarterback Sam Ehlinger plays a similar game to former Heisman winner Tim Tebow and the former Gators star explains what makes him so dangerous. If you watch Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger play, you may be reminded of a past dual-threat quarterback who was built similarly and did similar eye-opening things on the...
    The Southeastern Conference returns in Week 4 of the college football season.   All 14 SEC schools will debut with their conference-only schedule, and eight of those teams are ranked in the AP Top 25. No. 23 Kentucky travels to No. 8 Auburn in the only matchup between ranked teams, and No. 2 Alabama, No. 4...
    Getty NFL free agent QB Anthony Gordon. Over the last month or so, the Las Vegas Raiders have brought in a few quarterbacks for workouts. The most notable name was former Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones. However, no signings have been made but they appear to still be looking around. According to Aaron...
    Costco reportedly pulls Palmetto Cheese after founder calls Black Lives Matter a terror organization Olive Garden parents quarterly revenue falls by 28% as pandemic weighs on sales Annika Award Watch List: Preseason top 20, plus 10 The Annika Award presented by Stifel is awarded annually to the most outstanding women’s college golfer, as voted on...
    TikTok breaks into NASCAR, partners with Vargas, JD Motorsports for remainder of 2020 season SNL Cast Members With the Most Successful Movie Careers Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft ...
    Next generation of poll workers: Young people are stepping up during the pandemic. It might avert a crisis Olive Garden parents quarterly revenue falls by 28% as pandemic weighs on sales USA TODAY sports college football staff picks for Week 4 Welcome back to the SEC. The college football world missed you. Miami and...
    It seems as if Miami has become appointment viewing for ESPN’s “College GameDay.” The Hurricanes make their second appearance on the show in as many weeks after beating a ranked Louisville team on the road in Week 3. This week, it’s No. 12 Miami (2-0) that will play host to incoming rival Florida State...
    Students at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts, are furious after the school refused to stop an off-campus rally in support of President Donald Trump, police officers, and law enforcement officials. What are the details? According to a Thursday report from Campus Reform, students became enraged after finding out about the rally and...
    Protester struck by car in Denver following Breonna Taylor rally Americas most successful employee-owned companies Five questions that need answering ahead of Week 4 in college football There's much to discuss leading into Week 4 of the college football season.  Miami and Central Florida rise in the latest Amway Coaches Poll Fighting Irish Wire...
    A majority of Americans, mostly Democrats, support replacing the Electoral College and moving to a popular vote system, according to a new Gallup Poll. The survey, conducted of 1,019 U.S. adults was conducted between Aug. 31 and Sept. 13, found that 61% now support amending the Constitution to move to a popular vote system. The...
    ATLANTA, GA – SEPTEMBER 19: Elijah Mitchell #15 of the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns rushes in for a touchdown to win in overtime against the Georgia State Panthers at Center Parc Stadium on September 19, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)College football betting results against the spread week 3 2020At first glance, I...
    Several weekend college football games have been called off. Following the postponement of Notre Dame vs. Wake Forest, three more games have been halted for the weekend. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) North Texas vs. Houston, Tulsa vs. Arkansas State and USF vs. FAU all won’t be played because...
    This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet. Students watching the COVID-19 pandemic play out have reason to be wary of taking on additional loans for college. With what could be a slow economic recovery, signing up for an additional bill that comes each month, no matter what, might sound like a bad idea. Federal...
    A strong majority of Americans support amending the U.S. Constitution to replace the Electoral College with a popular vote system, according to a new poll from Gallup. The survey found that 61 percent support moving to a popular vote system, up 6 points from 2019 and up 12 points from 2016. Eighty-nine percent of Democrats...
    To the delight of fans young and old, an English bulldog named Uga has been stationed on the sideline at all but one Georgia home football game since 1956. Charles Seiler, whose family has bred and cared for each of the Ugas all these years, said lots of people have told him they enjoy seeing...
    (CNN)Republicans have shown themselves this week to care not a whit about hypocrisy when there's a Supreme Court justice on the line.What they said in 2016 means nothing today now that they can get a new, conservative Supreme Court justice.So what will they do when there's a full presidential election on the line?More on Voting...
    Trump declines to commit to peaceful transfer of power, drawing swift criticism on social media USA TODAY Sports Super 25 high school football rankings: Week 4 Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft ...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The SATs are nerve-wracking enough, but now students face extra stress just trying to find a place to take the exam. The College Board says coronavirus safety measures have forced local testing centers to cut capacity or close. There are 334,000 students registered to take the SAT this Saturday. The College...
    Donald Trump became president by exploiting a loophole called the Electoral College. The majority of Americans did not want him or vote for him as president, but he’s there anyway. Now he’s planning on using a different loophole, the 12th Amendment, to hang onto power. Back in the election of 1876, the Democrat, Samuel Tilden,...
    Loading the player... It doesn’t appear that President Donald Trump is going to let a potential Joe Biden victory keep him from remaining in the White House for four more years. The Atlantic reported on Wednesday in a preview of its November issue, that the nation’s sitting president could be looking for a way...
    A federal judge in Wisconsin said Wednesday that he won’t make a determination on a lawsuit seeking to ease restrictions on the use of college student IDs during the voting process prior to the 2020 presidential election. Election reform group Common Cause Wisconsin is attempting to unwind a Republican-backed state law that says college IDs...
    A recent projection for the 2020 presidential election shows the unlikely, but not entirely impossible scenario, in which both Donald Trump and Joe Biden could end up with 269 electoral votes, falling short of the required majority to take the White House. An analysis released Tuesday by the Washington lobbying firm Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen &...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Better Business Bureau says scammers are using the pandemic to target college students. The organization says scammers are posing as professors and sending students emails with fake employment offers. If accepted, the student receives a check and is told to send out money orders or prepaid cards. Eventually, the bank...
    Oprah Winfrey and Mariah Carey Recreate Their Iconic Lip Syncing Meme Breonna Taylor case: Former detective, Brett Hankison, is indicted, but not for her death Further postponed/canceled Week 4 college football games include North Texas-Houston, USF-FAU, Arkansas State-Tulsa The 2020 college football season has seen a large number of postponements or cancellations each week...
    SAN ANTONIO – The COVID-19 pandemic has created chaos for school students of all ages, including those applying to college. Since SAT and ACT testing centers are closed or have altered in size and scope for COVID-19 regulations, colleges are making big changes. Many colleges across the nation have waived test score requirements as part...