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In Bay Area, ICE order over online classes rattles thousands of international college students

Thousands of international college students in the Bay Area are reeling after the U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced they must leave the country or transfer colleges if their schools offer only online classes in the fall.

Will Ivanka Trump send HER kids back to school? Will Trump have Barron return?

People on Twitter had questions for Ivanka Trump and her father after they demanded that American K-12 schools reopen as COVID-19 cases surge in parts of the United States.

Supreme Court says Trump can weaken Obamacare contraceptive mandate

The Supreme Court on Wednesday cleared the way for the Trump administration to expand exemptions for employers who have religious or moral objections to complying with the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive mandate.

Coming Up: Stanford seniors launch podcast about the Black experience at elite school

A new podcast, The Comeup Collective, offers an inside look at the Stanford experience from the perspective of four Black, first-generation college students.

Sir Francis Drake High School protesters demand name change

Protesters demanded that Sir Francis Drake High School change its name because of the explorer’s links to slave trading, racism and colonial violence.

Ex-Mission College instructor arrested on suspicion of sexual assault

Authorities say 68-year-old suspect met 25-year-old victim as a contract instructor for a program for students with developmental disabilities

Michael V. Drake is named new UC president

Unlike Napolitano, a former Homeland Security secretary and Arizona governor who came to the job with no UC or academic leadership experience, Drake has spent nearly four decades in the California university system.

Before Lori Loughlin, did Donald Trump cheat in college admissions?

A new memoir by Donald Trump's niece alleges he paid a proxy to take his SAT in the 1960s -- a cheating strategy used by wealthy parents accused in the more recent college admissions scandal.

With school’s namesake accused of possible KKK ties, family asks California district to remove name

Grandson William L. Fanning wrote that the Brea Olinda Unified School District should move on to issues bigger "than a name on a school" – from the corononvirus pandemic to age-old bigotry.
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