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COVID-19: Governor issued the ‘stay-at-home’ order starting Saturday, 585 cases reported in Illinois

After announcing the fifth death in Illinois due to COVID-19, a Cook County resident in her 70s, Gov. JB Pritzker issued a “stay-at-home” order starting Saturday at 5 p.m. until April 7.  As of Friday afternoon, Illinois has reported 585 positive cases of COVID-19 in…

COVID-19: The university urges campus residents to move out before March 23

The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs sent out emails to campus residents regarding move-out procedures, shortly after university president Gary Roberts announced the continuation of online classes for the remainder of the semester and the cancellation of May commencement.  According to the…

COVID-19: Bradley cancels May graduation, will host classes online for the remainder of the semester

Bradley University will cancel its graduation ceremony in May and host all classes online for the remainder of the semester over the concerns of the COVID-19 outbreak, the university announced on Wednesday, along with a video-taped message from the university president Gary Roberts.  “With the…

COVID-19: Bradley freezes non-essential spendings, hirings and all traveling plans

Bradley University announced on Tuesday that it will decline all non-essential spendings and purchases, halt all hiring processes and suspend all travel plans.  The announcement was delivered to all staff and faculty via email. The email said that COVID-19 has caused unanticipated disruptions to normal…

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