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Biden forgives another $7.7 billion in student loans for 160,000 Americans to bring total to $167 billion wiped MikeRivero

The Biden administration announced it has approved another $7.7 billion in student loan debt forgiveness bringing the total debt borrowers have seen canceled since President Biden took office to $167 billion.

It is the latest step in an ongoing push by the president to wipe out student loan debt for millions of student loan borrowers.

A federal court has ruled that the University of Colorado Anschutz School of Medicine’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate is unconstitutional.

The court found that the mandate demonstrated “religious animus” and violated the First Amendment’s Establishment and Free Exercise clauses.

The mandate recognized religious exceptions but required applicants to overcome hurdles that were unevenly applied.

The ruling came after a lawsuit filed by the Thomas More Society on behalf of students and employees whose religious exemptions were denied.

A protest at Emory University has descended into chaos as Georgia police officers fired rubber bullets and tasers at anti-Israel activists. 

In this, the latest explosive example of unrest on American college campuses, students and faculty members were arrested as videos showed Atlanta Police Officers and Georgia State Troopers wrestling them on the ground. A demonstrator was also seen being tasered by an officer as he lay in the grass. 

White House deputies are quietly gutting a little-known regulation that protects American graduates from the fly-in migrants who use temporary visas to take and keep U.S. jobs, say advocates for U.S. employees.

“It’s going to wreak havoc on American professionals,” said Kevin Lynn, founder of U.S. Tech Workers.

Police arrested at least a dozen anti-Israel protestors as they cleared a lecture hall and student encampment at the University of California, Irvine. 

The University put out an emergency alert on Wednesday declaring a 'violent protest' after 'a group of several hundred protestors entered the UC Irvine campus and began surrounding' the Physical Sciences Lecture Hall. 

The pro-Palestinian encampment at Harvard University announced Tuesday it would end after reaching an agreement with the nation’s oldest university.  

Harvard Out of Occupied Palestine (HOOP) said in a post on the social platform X the school agreed to begin the process of reinstating students who had been suspended and offered meetings with Harvard Management Company about potential divestment from Israel. The school also will have conversations regarding the creation of a Center for Palestine Studies.