Expansion of overseas language courses could offset declines back home
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A New York student was reportedly suspended and later reinstated after he stated on his personal social media that "a man is a man and a woman is a woman."
Students at Assumption University in Massachusetts have been asked to take a pledge to be actively anti-racist.
The small private Massachusetts institution could not sustain enrollment declines or the COVID-19 pandemic.
With many consulates not having resumed regular visa processing, and with travel bans in place for many countries, would-be international students face logistical hurdles in getting to the U.S. this fall.