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Unused AstraZeneca doses: first German major corporation offers to buy vaccine for employees

Meanwhile, more than one million doses of AstraZeneca's Corona vaccine remain unused, according to the Ministry of Health, because the vaccine was not initially recommended by the Standing Commission on Vaccination (Stiko) for people over 65. This "went badly", admitted the head of the Stiko, now the commission wants to promptly issue a recommendation for older people as well. However, the image problem and the vaccine backlog have already been created. Klaus Josef Lutz, CEO of the public compa...
Tags: Germany, Trends, Munich, Astrazeneca, Bavaria, Business Insider, Cdu, CSU, BayWa AG, Saxony, Jens Spahn, Ministry of Health, Lutz, EMA, Mertens, ZDF


Bracketology: CU Buffs No. 9, CSU Rams No. 10 In Latest CBS Sports NCAA Tournament Projections

BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)– Last week both the Colorado Buffaloes and the Colorado State Rams needed wins to cement their footing in the NCAA Tournament. With the regular season winding down and the conference tournaments ahead, both teams are in prime position to lock up a spot in the NCAA Tournament. Jerry Palm of CBS Sports has the Buffs as a No. 9 seed and the Rams as the No. 10 seed in his latest NCAA Tournament bracket projections. In this projection, Colorado would play the Louisville Cardinal...
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Bracketology: CSU Rams No. 10 Seed, CU Buffs Holding On As No. 12 Seed

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Tags: Florida, Colorado State Rams, Espn, Nevada, New Mexico, Air Force, Seattle, Usc, Ncaa Tournament, Wright, CSU, CU, Arizona State, Colorado State, Rams, Washington Huskies


Cal State San Bernardino student who suffered heat stroke during class run wins $39.5 million settlement

A former Cal State San Bernardino student who suffered heat stroke during a class run that left her severely brain damaged and immobile has settled her lawsuit against the university system for $39.5 million, her attorneys announced Monday, Feb. 22. The settlement is believed to be the largest ever for an injury case involving the California State University system, attorneys for Marissa Freeman said in a news release. Freeman, now 24, was running outdoors, in 95-degree heat, during a kinesiolog...
Tags: News, College, Sport, Soccer, Courts, Jones, CSU, Freeman, Cal State San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, Cal OSHA, California State University, RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Andrew Jones, Cal State, California State University Board of Trustees


After Five Straight Losing Seasons, Cleveland State Basketball Is 'Winning by Committee'

In his second season, CSU head coach Dennis Gates has the Vikings at 12-5.
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CSULB first Cal State campus to establish vaccination clinic for staff, faculty and students

Cal State Long Beach became the first CSU campus with its own coronavirus vaccination clinic and began inoculating staff and faculty on Tuesday, Feb. 2. The university, which has nearly 6,400 full- and part-time employees, expects to administer around 1,170 doses this week at its drive-thru clinic — on the second floor of the Walter Pyramid parking structure — and at a second station for walk-ups, said CSULB spokesman Gregory Woods. The university received about 2,400 doses from Long Beach, whic...
Tags: News, Education, Sport, Soccer, Chico, Long Beach, Local News, University Of California, Cal State Fullerton, White, Garcia, U S Food and Drug Administration, CSU, Butte County, Cal State Long Beach, Gregory Woods


Photos show how a tree snake makes its body into a lasso to climb and hunt prey

A brown tree snake in a tree in Guam. Bjorn Lardner A new study shows a species of tree snake uses an unprecedented form of locomotion in order to climb objects like trees. The brown tree snake loops its body into a lasso around wide, cylindrical objects in order to ascend them. This lasso technique likely helps the snake scale wider trees and hunt birds nesting in the canopy. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The brown tree snake loves to snack on birds.One of the world'...
Tags: Photos, Videos, Science, News, Animals, Trends, Snakes, Climbing, Micronesia, University Of Cincinnati, Brown, CSU, Jayne, Guam, Seibert, Savidge


The Guardian view on the CDU after Merkel: a fork in the road | Editorial

This week’s election of a new leader could see Europe’s most successful political party take a rightward turnThe re-emergence of Angela Merkel as Europe’s most durably competent politician has been one notable by-product of the Covid pandemic. After a rocky period at the polls, when her CDU party suffered a number of stinging regional defeats, Germany’s chancellor stepped down as its leader in 2018. At the same time, Ms Merkel announced she would not stand in federal elections due this autumn. B...
Tags: Europe, Germany, Angela Merkel, European Union, World news, Merkel, Cdu, CSU, Alternative für Deutschland (AfD


No drama COVID Christmas has some secretly jumping for joy

By LEANNE ITALIE | Associated Press NEW YORK — Corritta Lewis has a huge extended family. Her mom is one of 12 siblings. Usually, Christmas means that she, her wife and their 2-year-old son dig out their cold-weather gear for the schlep from home in sunny Southern California to Ohio and days of holiday chaos. Not this year. “We’re happy to be saving money, spending more time together, and to just have a less stressful holiday,” said the 31-year-old human resources analyst in Oceanside. “We don’t...
Tags: England, New York, Milan, News, Greece, Holidays, California, Cdc, White House, Christmas, Sport, World news, Ap, Soccer, New Jersey, Italy


CSU system plans return to in-person learning in fall 2021

The California State University system, the nation’s largest public four-year higher education institution, will look toward returning students to in-person learning in fall 2021, which would be about a year-and-a-half since shuttering campuses at the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March. The CSU system, headquartered in Long Beach but with 23 campuses throughout the state, announced plans to bring students back to campus on Wednesday, Dec. 9. Cal State officials had kept the timeline for ...
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CCAA cancels all sports for 2020-21 school year because of COVID-19 issues

Athletes at some of the local colleges who were holding out hope that sports would be allowed to return in the spring got news Thursday, Dec. 3 they were hoping to avoid. The California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), an NCAA Division II conference made up of 12 colleges throughout the state, including Cal Poly Pomona, Cal State L.A., Cal State Dominguez Hills and Cal State San Bernardino, announced it had made “the tough decision” to cancel all sports for the 2020-21 academic year due t...
Tags: California, Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Ncaa, Usc, Ucla, Cox, Los Angeles County, CSU, Cal State San Bernardino, CCAA, Cal State, Rafer Johnson, Nick Nash


Picturing the pandemic’s people: Photos capture the ‘still life’ we are all living

Innis Casey captured still life like no artist before — the kind of “safer at home” living that we’ve all been experiencing since the coronavirus outbreak jolted our daily routines. The photographer and his travel journalist sister teamed up during spring’s early days of the coronavirus shutdown and ensuing summer months to create a book of portraits they named, “Quartraits: Portrait of a Community Quarantine” set to be released next month. Casey, who grew up in Burbank and now lives in Valley V...
Tags: Health, Books, Business, News, Education, California, Sport, Soccer, Italy, Beverly Hills, Community, Southern California, Novato, Lawrence, CSU, Burbank


Newsom: California on verge of stricter COVID restrictions as ICU beds fill

All of Southern California could soon be under much tighter coronavirus restrictions, after Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday, Dec. 3, announced a new stay-at-home order that will go into effect in areas where local intensive care bed availability is low — as coronavirus hospitalizations continue surging statewide. The order, once it goes into effect, will be similar to what Los Angeles County already has, but would apply to every other Southern California county as well. The announcement marked a c...
Tags: News, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Warner Bros, Pasadena, Orange County, Riverside County, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Ventura, Garcia, Los Angeles County, Kong


CSU presidents encouraged to reassess post-holiday plans due to coronavirus surge

Amid surging coronavirus cases and the likelihood of students and staff traveling over the holidays — despite recent stay-at-home orders that will limit private gatherings — California State University system officials have urged campus presidents to reassess post-holiday scheduling, including possibly delaying the start of already limited in-person instruction. In a letter to the system’s 23 campus presidents this week, outgoing CSU Chancellor Timothy White and incoming Chancellor Joseph Castro...
Tags: News, California, California News, Sport, Soccer, Higher Education, Long Beach, Cal State Fullerton, Castro, White, Gavin Newsom, CSU, Cal State San Bernardino, California State University, Cal State Northridge, Newsom


CSU presidents encouraged to reassess post-holiday plans due to COVID surge

LONG BEACH — Amid surging COVID-19 cases and the likelihood of students and staff traveling over the holidays, campus presidents in the Long Beach-based California State University system were being urged Thursday to reassess post-holiday scheduling, including possibly delaying the start of already limited in-person instruction. In a letter sent to the system’s 23 campus presidents this week, outgoing CSU Chancellor Timothy White and incoming Chancellor Joseph Castro called the coronavirus surge...
Tags: California News, News, Cal State Domiguez Hills, Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Northridge, Cal State San Bernardino, Coronavirus, Higher education


CSU extends fall 2021 application deadline due to COVID

LONG BEACH — The Long Beach-based California State University system announced Tuesday that it is extending its fall 2021 application deadline to Dec. 15 to accommodate students coping with the coronavirus pandemic. The application deadline was originally this Friday. Applications for any of the CSU campuses can be submitted online at www2.calstate.edu/apply. Prospective students were also encouraged to explore CSU financial aid options after applying, with officials noting that 80% of all CSU s...
Tags: News, California News, Sport, Soccer, Higher Education, Long Beach, Local News, University Of California, Cal State Fullerton, Usc, CSU, Cal State San Bernardino, California State University, Cal State Long Beach, Cal State Northridge, CSUF


‘A game changer’: Humboldt State University ponders becoming third Cal Poly

Humboldt State University will conduct a self-study, at the request of the California State University system, examining whether it should become a polytechnic university. HSU announced Monday that it would conduct the study and would complete it by spring 2021. There is no guarantee the university will become a polytechnic and no timetable for when it might. “Designation and recognition of HSU as a polytechnic university would make your campus increasingly attractive to students from around Cal...
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Colorado State athletes group wants athletics director Joe Parker removed over sexual misconduct cases

Tensions grow as athletes confront CSU president regarding what they say is a litany of cases mishandled by athletic department leadership.         [Author: Fort Collins Coloradoan]
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CSUN Administration Building named in honor of donors Milt and Debbie Valera

NORTHRIDGE >> Cal State Northridge announced Tuesday that its administration building will be named Valera Hall in recognition of a nearly $11.1 million gift from alumnus Milt Valera and his wife, Debbie. The gift includes an endowment and scholarship for the Resilient Scholars Program, which provides a safety net for college students who grew up in the foster care system. The money will also go toward scholarships and endowments for colleges across the campus, including CSUN’s David Nazarian Co...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Breaking News, Local News, Southern California, Soraya, Northridge, CSU, Debbie, CSUN, Cal State Northridge, National Notary Association, Valera, Milt, Top Stories LADN


Trustees name Erika D. Beck as new Cal State Northridge president

NORTHRIDGE — The president of CSU Channel Islands was named Thursday as the successor to retiring Cal State Northridge President Dianne Harrison. Erika D. Beck will take over the CSUN presidency Jan. 11. Her selection was announced Thursday morning by the California State University Board of Trustees. “From the robust academic programs to inspirational athletic competition to the expansive opportunities for arts and culture, I am inspired by the impact that CSUN has in shaping the face of the Sa...
Tags: Education, California, Washington, Beck, Sport, Soccer, Higher Education, San Diego, San Jose, Florida State University, Local News, Council, Ventura, Northridge, San Luis Obispo, CSU


Merkel's old rival Merz says Germany has become 'sluggish' under the Chancellor in first CDU husting

Angela Merkel's old foe Friedrich Merz said that Germany had become "too sluggish" under its veteran leader, as the three candidates for the Christian Democratic Union party leadership met in Berlin for the first hustings on Saturday evening. Mr Merz, a pro-business millionaire who has been out of frontline politics for the best part of two decades, argued that the government has dropped the ball on issues such as digitalisation and clean energy technologies. “This country has become too slo...
Tags: News, Germany, Angela Merkel, Berlin, Merkel, Bavaria, Cdu, CSU, North Rhine Westphalia, Christian Democratic Union, Merz, Annegret Kramp Karrenbauer, Armin Laschet, Laschet, Friedrich Merz, Soder


Newsom vetoes bill requiring ethnic studies for high school graduation

California’s high school students will not be required to take an ethnic studies class to graduate. At least, not for now. Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed Assembly Bill 331 on Wednesday, Sept. 30, his deadline to approve bills in the most recent legislative session. Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020, vetoed Assembly Bill 331, which would have made an ethnic studies class a high school graduation requirement, starting with the Class of 2030. (File photo by Randy Vazquez, Bay Area News Gro...
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California State University Picks Dr. Joseph I. Castro As Leader

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California State University trustees named Dr. Joseph I. Castro on Wednesday as the new chancellor of the CSU system, making him the first Mexican-American and native Californian to lead the nation’s largest four-year public university system. A seasoned university administrator, Castro, 53, has been president of CSU Fresno since 2013 and previously held leadership positions in the University of California system. Before joining CSU, he was a professor of family medicine at ...
Tags: Education, California, California News, San Francisco, Ap, Drake, UC Berkeley, University Of California, Castro, White, Stanford University, CSU, San Joaquin Valley, University of California San Francisco, California State University, Michael Drake


CSUN program aims to help former prisoners succeed in college

LOS ANGELES — Cal State Northridge is hoping to turn the schools-to-prison pipeline on its head, and instead create a prison-to-school pipeline that provides formerly incarcerated students with the support they need to succeed. CSUN this fall launched Project Rebound, an initiative designed to help guide the students on their academic journey and connect them with campus liaisons committed to their success. The students also will be connected with community organizations and services to help the...
Tags: News, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Higher Education, Local News, Castro, CSU, Escobar, CSUN, California State University, San Francisco State University, Cal State Northridge, San Francisco State, Chicana


Castro named California State University chancellor, first person of color to hold post

LONG BEACH >> The first-ever California native and Mexican-American to lead the system, Joseph I. Castro will serve as the eighth chancellor for California State universities starting Jan. 4. Castro, 53, was appointed by the CSU Board of Trustees on Wednesday, Sept. 23. He succeeds Timothy P. White, who is retiring after holding the position since 2012. Dr. Timothy White, retiring California State University chancellor. (AP Photo/Nick Ut) Castro, the first person of color to hold the top CSU...
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Survey finds inequities in distance learning for Latinx, Black students in LA

In addition to dealing with losses in household income and food insecurity, many low-income Latinx and Black students in the Los Angeles Unified School District had to contend with not having access to computers or reliable internet while distance learning last spring, according to survey findings released Monday, Sept. 21. Of the more than 1,100 families polled, more than three-quarters reported a loss in income and more than seven in 10 said they had experienced food insecurity since the coron...
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Survey finds inequities in distance learning for Latino, Black students in LA

In addition to dealing with losses in household income and food insecurity, many low-income Latino and Black students in the Los Angeles Unified School District had to contend with not having access to computers or reliable internet while distance learning last spring, according to survey findings released Monday, Sept. 21. Of the more than 1,100 families polled, more than three-quarters reported a loss in income and more than seven in 10 said they had experienced food insecurity since the coron...
Tags: Verizon, News, Education, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Usc, University Of Southern California, Los Angeles County, CSU, District, LA County, Los Angeles Unified School District, Austin Beutner


Free COVID-19 vaccines for all, says new CDC playbook

The next phase of the pandemic battle is upon us, so hike up your sleeves. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control released this week, urging state and local governments to shift into high gear by forming critical “vaccination program planning and coordination teams” and “implementation committees” reflecting the community at large. A researcher works on virus replication for a COVID-19 vaccine. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO/AFP via Getty Images) Vaccines should be free for all who wish to get the...
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National Merit Scholarship announces 2021 semifinalists in Los Angeles County

High school students apply for scholarships when planning for college. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)     The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced on Sept. 9 its 2021 list of semifinalist high school students who will compete for a share of 7,600 scholarships worth more than $30 million. Winners of the 66th annual competition will be announced nationally between April and July next year. High school juniors in about 21,000 high schools in the United States ent...
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Pandemic timeline in Southern California: Here’s how it all happened

“Coronavirus”: The first time that word appeared on this publication’s website in relation to the mysterious new disease emerging in China was Jan. 17, in a story about LAX being one of three U.S. airports to begin screening passengers. A week later, Los Angeles and Orange counties had their first confirmed cases. The virus spread throughout February and began killing Californians, though we didn’t realize it until later. March was when much of the public began to take the threat seriously as pu...
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