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Roadrunners look ahead to spring semester as registration approaches | UTSA Today | UTSA

Roadrunners look ahead to spring semester as registration approaches

OCTOBER 12, 2020 — UTSA will open registration for the spring 2021 semester starting on October 19. As mentioned in President Taylor Eighmy’s September 8 email to students, faculty and staff, modalities for the university’s spring courses and campus operations will be very similar to this fall—mostly online, with a limited number of courses meeting face-to-face based on strict criteria.

All face-to-face courses will offer a parallel online component for students who are not able to attend in person. The course modalities listed in ASAP reflect how each course is expected to be delivered when classes resume in January.

Students will once again register for classes based on their priority group or classification within a designated registration period with specific start and end dates.


Spring courses and campus operations will be very similar to this fall—mostly online, with a limited number of courses meeting face-to-face.



UTSA provides a variety of

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Central Park’s Historic Boathouse Restaurant Won’t Reopen Until At Least Next Spring

Central Park’s historic Loeb Boathouse restaurant has shuttered, laying off all 163 of its employees in the process. The closure came to light following a filing with the Department of Labor last month, citing “unforeseeable business circumstances prompted by COVID-19.” Local publication the City first reported the news.



a garden with water in the background: Central Park’s historic Loeb Boathouse opened in 1954


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Central Park’s historic Loeb Boathouse opened in 1954

The restaurant located within Central Park’s iconic Loeb Boathouse is typically bustling with tourists, park visitors, and special occasion diners. Despite a return to indoor and outdoor dining elsewhere in the city, however, the waterside restaurant has yet to reopen its doors since the start of the pandemic in March, when owner Dean Poll furloughed all 163 of the restaurant’s employees.

The Loeb Boathouse has been allowed to reopen “to the extent it can operate in accordance with the applicable state COVID-related guidelines,” Parks Department spokesperson Megan Moriarty tells the City,

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Maryland University of Integrative Health to offer Spring 2021 Intake of its Master of Science in Herbal Product Design & Manufacture Program

Laurel, Md. – Maryland University of Integrative Health is pleased to announce that it will offer a Spring 2021 trimester intake for its Master of Science in Herbal Product Design & Manufacture program due to high and growing demand within the last two years. This growth reaffirms MUIH’s mission to continue to provide relationship-based, patient-centered holistic health and wellness. MUIH offers the only such degree in the U.S.

The MS in Herbal Product Design and Manufacture program prepares graduates with the skills and knowledge in herbal medicine, scientific practice, and research necessary to contribute to the growth of the herbal manufacturing field with an understanding of product development. Students develop expertise combining the abilities of a medicinal plant researcher and herbalist with that of a medicine maker. This hybrid program includes online courses and limited intensive in-person experiences on-campus.

“MUIH is pleased to offer this unique program for individuals interested

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UC Berkeley to continue online classes through Spring 2021

BERKELEY, Calif. (KRON) – UC Berkeley on Tuesday announced it will begin the spring 2021 semester with distance learning amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

In a statement, school officials said Cal would begin the semester with online instruction “for at least two weeks.”

“This will allow any students returning to campus to self-sequester for 7-10 days. After that, the considerable majority of classes will continue to be delivered remotely, including all large courses,” officials added.

In-person instruction will be limited, and those classes would be limited to 25 students, according to officials.

Students will not be required to take in-person classes or be present on campus for the spring semester, the statement read.

“Almost all academic offerings, including those with in-person instructional activities, will also be delivered remotely.”

For more on the school’s criteria being used for in-person instruction and more on the guidelines, click here.

The school will continue

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Spring Bank Class Action: Halper Sadeh LLP Announces Filing of Shareholder Class Action Lawsuit Against Spring Bank Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; Investors Are Encouraged to Contact the Firm – SBPH

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Halper Sadeh LLP, a global investor rights law firm, announces the filing of a shareholder class action lawsuit against Spring Bank Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: SBPH) in connection with its merger with F-star Therapeutics Limited. The lawsuit seeks damages and/or equitable relief on behalf of Spring Bank shareholders under the federal securities laws.

If you are a Spring Bank shareholder and would like to join the action, visit Spring Bank Class Action or contact Daniel Sadeh or Zachary Halper, free of charge, at (212) 763-0060 or sadeh@halpersadeh.com or zhalper@halpersadeh.com to discuss your legal rights and options.

Under the terms of the share exchange agreement, Spring Bank will acquire all of the outstanding share capital of F-star in exchange for the issuance of newly issued shares of Spring Bank common stock (the “Proposed Transaction”). Spring Bank shareholders will own approximately 38.8% of the combined company.

The lawsuit

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