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University collaborating with the health department to protect against the threat of monkeypox | University times

By SHANNON O. WELLS As Pitt enters his third fall semester since the COVID-19 pandemic changed the landscape, monkeypox has emerged as the latest contagious disease that poses problems for campus health and the general public. Pitt and Student Health Services are working with the Allegheny County Health Department to monitor local monkeypox cases and …

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In some colleges, egg dropping will weaken student health care

So what is the best recourse for activists and humanitarian organizations? In both easy-to-access and banned states, campus activists are lobbying university administrators to support students: to ensure flexible attendance policies in case students need treatment; to create emergency or travel funds; establish confidentiality policies that protect students seeking information; and to provide abortive drugs. …

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Arch Manning leads most polarizing cases in the SI99 rankings

Sports IllustratedJohn Garcia Jr. selects a question asked through social media (@John Garcia_Jr And @BOTH AllAmerican) every week to delve into college football recruiting topics fans want to know more about. Whether it’s a simple fan list on Twitter or something that’s been in the works for a year like Preseason SI99, any author won’t …

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Opinion: The NCAA has only itself to blame for the slow death of college sports

The combination of NIL, the transfer window and the growing dominance of some athletic conferences is a game changer. If we bring it all to its logical conclusion, this professionalization of college sports will slowly kill college football and basketball programs at many universities. It will also spell the end for other sports at those …

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SI99 Rankings Book: Stats, Trends, and Close Calls for Top Recruits

The SI99 Football Recruits Ranking of the 2023 Preseason SI99 Class was released Tuesday, led by quarterback Dante Moore. The journey from the blank slate to the complete ranking is not a small one Sports Illustrated personal, so this feature pulls back the curtain on how some of the processes have come together. Recruits by …

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Events taking place in Swinburne this National Science Week

Swinburne celebrates National Science Week from 13 to 31 August. National Science Week is Australia’s annual celebration of science and technology and offers Swinburne the opportunity to recognize and share the outstanding contributions of our scientists with the community. Swinburne’s commitment to knowledge is driven by our research and goal to make an impact in …

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The UMMS program aims to enhance diversity in biomedical science

A Baltimore hospital is working to increase diversity in an area of ​​medicine that is underrepresented by minorities. Friday marked the final day for a group of trainees who took part in a special program through the Greenebaum Medical System’s Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center. of the University of Maryland. part of a hands-on experience in …

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