Two University international students are balancing student life and quarantine in China.
Parents said they worry about the high cost of U.S. health care and fear their children may not get access to adequate medical care if infected with COVID-19.
The suspension of visa services worldwide will likely make it more difficult for international students to replace or acquire visas to attend the University.
The University is now seeking student feedback for an alternative commencement ceremony.
The group aims to educate the community about the Line 3 Pipeline Replacement Project.
The University is working with state entities to combat the situation and providing some Chinese international students with tuition and travel accommodations in response to the outbreak.
As of Friday, the chapter has received roughly 100,000 yuan, or more than $14,000, in donations.
The council hopes to organize a community cleanup event and teach members about toxic masculinity this year.
Lawyers at the Tuesday hearing discussed whether JD.com is liable for the rape allegedly committed by Richard Liu.