JPMorgan chief executive quickly backtracks on joke about China's Communist Party: "I regret and should not have made that comment."

Nov 29, 2021

Entrepreneur United States is an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. An offhand joke could be misinterpreted in the midst of the tense atmosphere between the U.S. and Chinese politics. This was the case for JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Jamie Dimon, who made a joke that went a little too far at a college event. Bloomberg Dimon spoke Tuesday at a series of Boston College CEO interviews. One audience asked Dimon about China and he joked about China's Communi more

Boston College and Virginia Tech battle tailspin in ACC Friday feature – Reuters

Nov 27, 2021

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Indicted for arson in California wildfires by former college instructor of criminal justice

Nov 25, 2021

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Former U.S.C. Former U.S.C. Official to Plead Guilty in College Admissions Scam

Nov 23, 2021

Donna Heinel confessed to being part in a scheme to help fake athletes get into top universities. This was in return for bribes. According to federal prosecutors, Donna Heinel was a former USC Athletics Administrator who received more than $1.3 Million in bribes. Credit... Steven Senne/Associated Press Nov. 5, 2021 An ex-University of Southern California athletic administrator has pleaded guilty to conspiring to recruit fake athletes to more

College Basketball: There are many changes

Nov 21, 2021

Many players are eligible to transfer and play for the N.C.A.A. title. Ochai Agbaji, Kansas, scored 29 points in the win over Michigan State Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden. Credit... Frank Franklin II/Associated Press Nov. 10, 2021 On Tuesday night, Madison Square Garden hosted a showcase that raised the curtain on the men’s college basketball season. 9 Duke beating Kentucky, 79-71, and No. 3 Kansas topping Michigan State, 87-74, more

Democrats: Scaling Back Budget Bill; Press for Compromise By Week's End

Nov 19, 2021

While they were working to reduce their flagship domestic policy bill to a manageable size, President Biden informed Democrats that a proposal for two years of community college at no cost would be most likely to be dropped. After meeting with President Biden Tuesday, Representative Pramila Jayapal, Washington, is seen pictured outside the White House. She said that the cost of the package was not what she wanted. Credit... Doug Mills/The New York Times more

Reuters: Nigeria's first precedent is set by the return of Bronze from Cambridge College

Nov 15, 2021

This undated image from social media shows a looted Benin Bronze artifact. It was taken October 27, 2021, after Cambridge University announced that it would return the sculpture to Nigeria. Courtesy of Chris Loades/Jesus College, Cambridge/Handout via REUTERS LONDON, Oct 27 (Reuters) - A Cambridge University college and a Paris museum on Wednesday handed back cultural artefacts looted from West Africa during the colonial era, setting a precedent that will pressure ot more

Looted cockerel to be returned to Nigeria

Nov 13, 2021

Image source, Chris Loades Caption for the image Later this month, the Benin bronze cockerel will be returned to Nigeria The British invaded Nigeria in 1898 and looted a bronze cockerel from Cambridge University. It will be returned to its owner this month The Benin bronze, also known as an "okukor", has been given to Jesus College since 1905. In 2016, it was removed from the display. The Legacy of Slavery Working Party(LSWP) recommended that it be res more

Looted cockerel to be returned to Nigeria

Nov 11, 2021

Image source, Chris Loades Image caption, The Benin bronze cockerel is to be returned to Nigeria later this month A bronze cockerel kept at Cambridge University that had been looted in a British raid on what is now Nigeria will be handed back this month. The Benin bronze, also known as an "okukor", has been given to Jesus College since 1905. It was taken off display in 2016 and the Legacy of Slavery Working Party, (LSWP), recommended that it be return more

Here's how one college system kept Covid-19 cases down as they surged throughout the state

Nov 7, 2021

(CNN)Students began flocking back to the six campuses of the University of Maine this fall hoping for a more normal college experience, one without shutdowns or Zoom classes. As those tens of thousands of students returned to residence halls and full classrooms, university leaders hoped the measures they put in place would keep Covid-19 cases down and avoid widespread cases that shut down many campuses nationwide last spring. University of Maine President Joan Ferrini more