Coronavirus cases force universities nationwide to stop in-person classes

By Roberta Pardo Colleges and universities nationwide are trying to start the fall semester as coronavirus cases continue to rise, forcing some institutions to cancel in-person instruction and implement strict rules to control the virus. Universities in at least 19 states have reported outbreaks, despite health protocols on campus. The University of Notre Dame was […]

Borromeo Academy offering five full-ride scholarships

By Angie Baldelomar St. Charles Borromeo Academy is offering five full scholarships for preschool and K-8 students. The scholarships are open to all families in the Kansas City, Missouri, area and the school will accept applications throughout the year, said Jennifer Harris, director of development. “We want to make it possible for anyone who desires […]

Teen candidate withdraws from Kansas race after revenge porn accusations

By Tere Siqueira A 19-year-old Democratic nominee for the Kansas Legislature is withdrawing his candidacy. The New York Times and other media outlets reported Monday (Aug. 24) that Aaron Coleman was withdrawing as a state House candidate after admitting to having blackmailed a girl for nude photographs and bullied girls in middle school. “I just […]