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Low-income college students are dropping out at an alarming rate due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a Sept. 16 article in The Washington Post.  The virus has presented an array of challenges for these students, and BGSU has met those challenges head-on.  Read more

“This week, there has been a slight increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in comparison to our last reporting period, and, with increased cases comes an increased number of contacts who need to quarantine,” Chief Health Officer Ben Batey stated in an email. Read more

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During the fifth week of the semester, the on-campus Starbucks in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union closed its doors for two weeks after employees tested positive for COVID-19.

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“I'm still trying to encourage people that you should still screen yourself on a daily basis, because even on Saturdays or Sundays, you're probably going out and doing other things with family or friends or different activities.” 

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Reporter Macey Austin spoke with two students living on campus to understand what new rules are in place at dorms to help prevent the spread of COVID.

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During Monday’s Undergraduate Student Senate meeting via Microsoft Teams, senators passed “S.R. 2020/2021 - 02,” which grants students the ability to accept or deny license agreements before enrolling in a course.

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Chief Health Officer Ben Batey has announced 61 new positive coronavirus cases between Sept. 9 to Sept. 15. Eighty-five percent of this week’s cases have been reported from students living off campus.