Pandemic takes tragic toll on international students with rising deaths by suicide: report

Pandemic takes tragic toll on international students with rising deaths by suicide: report

International students are being pushed to the brink during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the mounting pressures have led to a rise in death by suicide cases across Canada, according to a report by the nonprofit One Voice Canada.“It’s a

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1 in 3 College Students Face Food Insecurity – Expanding Snap Benefits on Campus Will Help Stave Off Hunger

1 in 3 College Students Face Food Insecurity – Expanding Snap Benefits on Campus Will Help Stave Off Hunger

By Anastasia Snelling, American University and Rebecca Hagedorn, Meredith CollegeIt’s harder to learn when you are suffering from hunger or searching for your next meal.But while around 30 million K-12 students in public schools are eligible for free or reduced

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Events of 2020 Moved Medical Students to Political Activism

Doctors, nurses and other health care workers participate in a "White Coats for Black Lives" event in solidarity with George Floyd and other black Americans killed by police officers.

Inam Sakinah and her classmates will forever be known as the students who started medical school during the 2020 covid-19 pandemic. All of them had prepared for this step for years, taking hours of hard science classes in college, studying

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Colleges and Universities Plan for Normal-ish Campus Life in the Fall

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Dr. Sarah Van Orman treads carefully around the word “normal” when she describes what the fall 2021 term will look like at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and other colleges nationwide. In the era of covid, the

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High school students need to be back in class, Quebec education minister tells English boards

High school students need to be back in class, Quebec education minister tells English boards

Quebec’s education minister is ordering English-language school boards in the Montreal area to return to full-time in-person learning for all high school students despite concerns over the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.Jean-François Roberge told reporters Wednesday that the

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Fewer international students to attend Canadian schools due to COVID-19 travel rules – National

Fewer international students to attend Canadian schools due to COVID-19 travel rules - National

Many international students have postponed or cancelled their plans to study in Canada since Ottawa decided last month to limit entry options to the country to just four airports and require international travellers to pay for a mandatory hotel

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Students Try to Cope as Pandemic Strains Mental Health

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*Sarah, Washington, DC. *Hudson, California. Kelly Davis, associate vice president of peer and youth advocacy, Mental Health America, Alexandria, VA. Jane Cooley Fruehwirth, associate professor, Department of Economics; faculty fellow, Carolina Population Center, UNC-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. Laura S.

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A New Study Suggests Students Can Be Just 3 Feet Apart Safely

A New Study Suggests Students Can Be Just 3 Feet Apart Safely

School shutdowns have been a divisive topic during since the pandemic erupted, and a new study has ignited debate over the six-foot rule of social distancing and whether it can be relaxed in classroom settings, which would ease the way

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Coronavirus rules lifted in parts of Quebec as masks now required for elementary students in Montreal

Coronavirus rules lifted in parts of Quebec as masks now required for elementary students in Montreal

Quebecers in many parts of the province will be able to dine out in restaurants and hit the gym starting Monday as COVID-19 measures are eased in five regions but strict measures remain in effect for Montreal.The Quebec City,

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Mandatory masks for elementary students in Quebec red zones will ‘lower risk’ of COVID-19 outbreaks

Mandatory masks for elementary students in Quebec red zones will ‘lower risk’ of COVID-19 outbreaks

Quebec is officially making masks mandatory for all students in elementary schools in designated red zones when they return from March break in a bid to contain the novel coronavirus and variants.The province made the official announcement Thursday after

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