EA's return to college football games will arrive in summer 2024

Dec 4, 2022

A year after it was first announced , EA’s return to college football has a release window. In an interview with ESPN , Daryl Holt, the vice president and general manager of the company’s EA Sports division, said the publisher plans to release the game in the summer of 2024. If another year-and-a-half of development sounds like a lot for what will become an annual release for EA, it’s because the company says it wants to create a title fans will want to play. "That's the best date for ...read more

Panel Discusses Serious Mental Illness and Community-Based Solutions — The Heights - The Heights

Nov 30, 2022

People with serious mental illness (SMI) die up to 32 years earlier than the general population, Karen Fortuna, an assistant professor of psychiatry at Dartmouth College, said. “People are dying younger than ever before, and that is not due to COVID,” she said. Fortuna, alongside Robert Walker and Andrew Bohm, presented a symposium titled Addressing Health Inequities in Life Expectancy through Community-Engaged Research at Boston College on Thursday. The BC School of Social Work and th ...read more

Class of 2023 rejoice: Companies are ramping up hiring of new college grads as experienced workers are harder to find amid the labor shortage

Dec 3, 2022

The labor market is still tight, but employers are ready to hire from the pool of new college graduates. One survey of employers found that they plan to hire 14.7% more '23 graduates than the preceding class. Roles in industries that have been hit hard by the Great Resignation are also easier to get. Loading Something is loading. Thanks for signing up! Access your favorite topics in a personalized feed while you're on the go. If you're graduating college in 2023, companies ha ...read more

U.S. Supreme Court's Alito calls law school free speech 'abysmal' - Reuters

Dec 1, 2022

State of campus free speech 'disgraceful', says Justice Alito Comments come as some conservative judges boycott Yale clerks (Reuters) - U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito on Tuesday called the state of free speech on college and law school campuses "dangerous" and "abysmal," amid a boycott by other conservative jurists against hiring clerks from his alma mater, Yale Law School. Alito, a member of the U.S. Supreme Court's 6-3 conservative majority, said during an evening event hosted ...read more

Ex-Yale coach receives 5 months in prison in college admissions scandal - Reuters

Nov 29, 2022

BOSTON, Nov 9 (Reuters) - A former Yale University women's soccer coach who cooperated with authorities investigating the U.S. college admissions scandal was sentenced on Wednesday to five months in prison for accepting bribes to help parents get their children into the Ivy League school. Rudolph "Rudy" Meredith, whose decision to cooperate helped investigators discover the mastermind of the wide-ranging scheme, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Mark Wolf in Boston after pleading guilty in 2 ...read more

First 'Varsity Blues' college scandal trial convictions tested on appeal - Reuters

Nov 29, 2022

1st Circuit takes up appeals of Gamal Aziz and John Wilson Judges question if conspiracy evidence prejudiced defendants (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Monday questioned whether two wealthy fathers convicted in the first "Varsity Blues" college admissions scandal trial were prejudiced by the introduction of evidence about misconduct by other parents they did not know. During oral arguments, members of a three-judge panel of the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals probed what proof ex ...read more

Charity Commission criticises Oxford college over mismanagement

Dec 3, 2022

One of Oxford’s most venerable colleges has been severely criticised by the Charity Commission over mismanagement and misconduct in a long-running battle to oust its former head. Christ Church, which was founded in 1546 and has educated 13 UK prime ministers and 17 archbishops, spent more than £6.6m in legal fees and public relations costs in its efforts to force out its dean, the Very Rev Martyn Percy. The commission said the college, which has charitable status, had not managed resources ...read more

A GOP-backed Arizona college board candidate, who once said he wanted to protect children from 'the progressive left,' was charged for masturbating near a preschool, according to a police report

Dec 1, 2022

Randy Kaufman was charged with public sexual indecency after police alleged he was masturbating.  Kaufman is a candidate for the Maricopa County Community College District's governing board. He was backed by several Republican groups and regularly railed against Democrats. Loading Something is loading. Thanks for signing up! Access your favorite topics in a personalized feed while you're on the go. A Republican-backed Arizona college board district candidate, who once said h ...read more