CSM is unable to host the Chautauqua series on campus this summer, so the Chautauqua stage will go virtual as Maryland Humanities raises the voices of four notable women who took action to secure their right to vote.

Virtual Chautauqua, Class Registration Workshops and Transfer Thursdays Mark a Busy July at CSM

News Release, College of Southern Maryland CSM Closed for July 4 Holiday. July 3 – July 4. College of Southern Maryland, all campuses, will

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College students holding cardboard box and back pack moving in to the university campus

Attorney General Frosh Joins Coalition to File Lawsuit Against Department of Education For Illegal Elimination of Safeguards for College Students

News Release, Office of the Maryland Attorney General BALTIMORE, MD (June 24, 2020) – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh joined

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Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security CARES Act on the desk.

U.S. Department of Education Issues Rule to Protect American Taxpayers from Waste, Fraud, and Abuse, Ensure COVID-19 Relief Funds Get to Eligible Students

News Release, United States Department of Education WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Education released a rule for public comment

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The NAACP chapter at the University of Georgia wants to see the university take concrete actions to fight racism on campus. Credit: Alex English

Students sick of ‘lip service’ from universities over racism

‘They do a lot of thinking and reflecting, but not a lot of doing’ By Meredith Kolodner, Hechinger Report Lourdes

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As the coronavirus has swept across the country, forcing families to work and attend school online, millions of children have been effectively locked out of their classrooms. Credit: Xia Gordon for Reveal

How the US’ massive failure to close digital divide got exposed by coronavirus

By Will Carless , Reveal This story was produced by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting, a nonprofit news organization. Get

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