Universities are suspending students who party without masks and flout social distancing: 'If you don't abide by the rules, there's no place for you here'

Universities are suspending students who party without masks and flout social distancing: 'If you don't abide by the rules, there's no place for you here'

College students, beware: You could temporarily lose your spot on campus — or worse, get expelled — for partying with your peers this fall.It happened at Purdue University in Indiana, where 36 students received “summary suspensions” earlier this month for attending an off-campus gathering that lacked face masks and social distancing, just hours after a warning from administrators.The Ohio State University issued about 225 interim suspensions for off-campus parties and gatherings between Aug. 19 and 23, spokesman Benjamin Johnson said. More than half of the suspensions were lifted after student...


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