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Harvard and MIT sue Trump administration over rule barring foreign students from online classes

Harvard and MIT on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security to block federal guidance that would largely bar foreign college students from taking classes if their universities move classes entirely online in the fall. The big picture: Colleges, which often rely heavily on tuition from international students, face a unique challenge…

Harvard, MIT Sue Migration Officials Over Guideline Obstructing Some International Students

A statue of John Harvard, namesake of the university, overlooks the campus earlier this year. Harvard University joined the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in suing the federal government over its policies on international students Wednesday. Maddie Meyer/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Maddie Meyer/Getty Images A statue of John Harvard, namesake of the university, overlooks…

Harvard y el MIT demandan a la administración Trump por medida que no permite que los estudiantes extranjeros solo tomen cursos en línea

Harvard y el Instituto de Tecnología de Massachusetts demandaron el miércoles al gobierno de Trump por su orientación de no permitir que los estudiantes extranjeros tomen cursos solo en línea este semestre de otoño.

Harvard doctor: ‘Anything that gathers people indoors has to be dialed back’

Mark Gartsbeyn, Video Producer June 29, 2020 | 12:18 PM A Harvard doctor says that the reopening of indoor establishments like bars and restaurants must be dialed back amid surging coronavirus infections nationwide. Dr. Ashish Jha, director of the Harvard Global Health Institute and an oft-cited medical expert during the COVID-19 pandemic, voiced his concerns…

Harvard doctor says the coronavirus pandemic will last longer than we believe

Social distancing and mandatory masks in public may have to remain in place for another 12 months, according to Dr. Ashish Jah of Harvard. Jah’s remarks come as many states are seeing huge spikes in the number of new coronavirus cases. Earlier this week, the United States set a new single-day record for new coronavirus…

‘We can’t simply quit’– Harvard doctor states U.S. needs to take precautions as virus cases rise

Dr. Jeremy Faust, an instructor at Harvard Medical School, told CNBC on Wednesday that the U.S. cannot view surges in coronavirus cases as inevitable, as states across the country try to combat growing outbreaks. "There's not a huge appetite for shutdowns right now, and so we have to look to other things. We can't just give up and…

Harvard study: Did coronavirus start in August 2019?

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The coronavirus outbreak was first seen in Wuhan - but was it circulating earlier than thought? There's been criticism of a study from the US suggesting that the coronavirus could have been present in the Chinese city of Wuhan as early as August last year.The study by Harvard University,…

Harvard shrank its insect-inspired microrobot to the size of a cent

Kaushik Jayaram/Harvard SEAS “The wonderful part about this exercise is that we did not have to change anything about the previous design,” said Kaushik Jayaram, first author of the paper on HAMR-JR. “We proved that this process can be applied to basically any device at a variety of sizes.”The researchers also wanted to see how…

Harvard physician shares “great news” on coronavirus immunity research studies

1.42M Want to watch this again later? Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Sign in Like this video? Sign in to make your opinion count. Sign in Don't like this video? Sign in to make your opinion count. Sign in Published on May 21, 2020Harvard Global Health Institute Director Dr. Ashish Jha…

Now Harvard states it WON’T take bailout cash after Trump shamed school

Now Harvard says it WON'T take bailout cash after Donald Trump voiced anger that Ivy League college with $41 billion endowment was due coronavirus helpHarvard announced Wednesday that university would not take any money allocated to the institution from the CARES Act On Tuesday, President Trump called out the Ivy League school by name, as Harvard…

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