La Salle University announced this week it will allow students to have dogs as pets in one of its residence halls. It appears to be the first college in Philadelphia to do so. It's not common nationally either.
“I understand how disturbing this image is to members of the Gettysburg College community, and especially those who are Jewish,” trustee Bob Garthwait, 58, said in the statement. "As a sophomore in 1980, I was not fully aware of the significance of those symbols..."
Like many student newspapers, the Triangle was hit by market forces: Advertising revenue has plummeted. Around the country, more than half of college newspapers that responded to a 2018 College Media Association survey indicated they had to reduce print schedules in the previous year.
Atlantic Cape Community College may soon offer classes on cannabis. Its culinary arts program, which trains chefs to work in the Atlantic City casino industry and beyond, also may teach cooking with cannabis.