1. Articles from Ron Chimelis, The Republican

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    1. Beyond COVID: Expect a ‘click and mortar’ approach as colleges emerge from the pandemic

      Beyond COVID: Expect a ‘click and mortar’ approach as colleges emerge from the pandemic

      When the coronavirus pandemic closed college campuses in March of 2020, administrators initially hoped that some normalcy would return by the fall semester. That did not happen. Some schools that reopened dormitories had to shut them down again. Others did not reopen their campuses at all, continuing classes online.

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    2. Presidents at Holyoke Community, Greenfield Community and Elms recognized for inclusion

      Presidents at Holyoke Community, Greenfield Community and Elms recognized for inclusion

      The presidents of Holyoke Community College, Greenfield Community College and Elms College of Chicopee have been recognized for leadership in the areas of diversity, equity and inclusion by the Association of American Colleges and Universities and the education technology company Cengage.

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    3. Basketball Hall of Fame expands 2010 enshrinement celebration to bring 70 basketball greats, week-long schedule of events to Springfield

      Basketball Hall of Fame expands 2010 enshrinement celebration to bring 70 basketball greats, week-long schedule of events to Springfield
      John L. Doleva said the dazzling nature of last year’s Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame enshrinement celebration, with the induction of superstar Michael Jordan, created an assumption that 2010 would be quiet by comparison.
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    4. UMass will be part of expanded Tip-Off Classic men's basketball tournament in fall 2010 | Sports - MassLive.com

      UMass will be part of expanded Tip-Off Classic men's basketball tournament in fall 2010 | Sports - MassLive.com
      The Tip-Off Classic is back, in a new and expanded format. Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame president John L. Doleva said Friday an eight-team Division I tournament will be headquartered in Springfield in the fall of 2010, giving teams four games each and including the University of Massachusetts.
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