According to FOIA documents received from Attorney General Nessel’s Office on the State of Michigan v. 3M, attorneys have spent over 4,500 hours working on this case since July 2019, costing $650,888 so far (the Attorney General’s Office confirmed this figure).
Florida A&M University responded to our request, which yielded 26 pages of emails, 10 of which were relevant to our inquiry. Here are some highlights:
For weeks, headlines have been repeatedly broadcasting that international students are in jeopardy of being sent home in the fall if they take online-only courses and the Administration is forcing them to take in-person classes.
Last week, Fourth View hosted a Zoom webinar titled, “Tech Toks: Is AI Racist?” It explored how technology intersects with race. From processing college applications to making lending decisions, the conventional wisdom that a computer would be more equitable may not necessarily be the case.
Miami University, in Ohio, responded to our request, which yielded over 30 pages of emails.
Say the phrase ‘college experience’ and romanticized images of ivy-laced stone, crowded lecture halls, and football games suddenly appear.
What’s more leisurely than going out to the mall, watching your favorite movie, and then sauntering on over to the food court or local restaurant afterwards? These forms of leisure and entertainment have changed rapidly over the last three to four months. And that world may never be the same. We discovered just how deep and long lasting the effects of shutting down an entire economy were on malls, movie theaters, and restaurants.
Three million new brokerage accounts were opened at Robinhood in the first four months of this year. Add in the collective two million new accounts at Fidelity, TD Ameritrade, and ...