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Coffee Talk from Honor Credit Union – Tuesday, August 18

Highly trending last night and this morning on Twitter is Michelle Obama: The former first lady gave an impassioned speech on the first night of the Democratic National Convention. The convention isn’t actually a convention this year at all, as all of the speakers taped their speeches individually safe at home.

Also trending is Google Meet. The videoconferencing service has been under fire for being slow and sometimes dropping out completely for some users during meetings, conferences or video learning. Google says they will be beefing up the service and capacity of the popular service.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, one of the largest schools to attempt to bring students on campus for in-person learning, said Monday that it will shift to all-remote classes for undergraduates after testing has shown the spread of COVID-19 on campus.
The decision comes just a week after classes started for 30,000 students at the university, as 177 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed out of the hundreds of students tested. Another 349 will be quarantined both on and off campus after they were possibly exposed to the virus.
The order for remote-teaching for undergrads will go into effect today and the school will allows students to vacate campus dorms without economic penalties. (The Washington Post)

Because it’s Pinot Noir Day – and it’s 2020 … You can now get a shower wine glass holder – with a Bluetooth speaker. It even has a built-in microphone – so you can call your friends while you’re singing in the shower. (Pop Sugar)

Music News – Tuesday, August 18

We know a little about what Katy Perry‘s new Smile album sounds like — and she’s just clued us in about what it smells like.
A fan texted Katy during her #SmileSundays livestream and asked her to describe the scent of the music, and the star didn’t hesitate. She quickly ad-libbed, “It would smell maybe like fresh laundry, like the beginning of the day. Fresh laundry. Like newness, like clearness, like what you smell when you go outside and you’re on your way to school and it’s just clean for a second, until all hell breaks loose.”
To prove that, Katy also previewed another Smile track titled “Tucked.” Smile‘s set to drop on August 28th.

The Blast claims Madonna recently celebrated her 62nd birthday in Jamaica with her 26 year-old boy toy Allahmalik Williams. The couple reportedly spent the night smoking marijuana as a band played music on a beach.

Just Jared says Camila Cabello is heading to London to restart filming on the Cinderella movie. Production was shut down in March due to the coronavirus.

The NY Post says two men have been arrested in the killing of Run-DMC star Jam Master Jay. The rapper and DJ was killed in 2002 over drugs. The paper claims Jay collected $30,000 to buy cocaine. He took the narcotics and kept the money before he was executed in a recording studio.

The Daily Dish – Monday, August 17

Lately it seems everyone hates Ellen DeGeneres, but the embattled talk-show host has at least one friend left.
Kevin Hart had lunch with Ellen on Saturday after he defended the comedian, who’s been accused of treating guests badly and creating a toxic workplace at her show.
According to Us Weekly, the two dined at the Rosewood Miramar Beach in Montecito, California, and were “both dressed in tropical print button-down shirts and khaki shorts as they chatted while sipping wine.”
Earlier this month on Instagram, Kevin wrote, “It’s crazy to see my friend go thru what she’s going thru publicly. I have known Ellen for years and I can honestly say that she’s one of the dopest people on the [bleeping] planet.”
Ellen also supported Kevin in 2019 when he came under fire for tweets deemed homophobic as he prepared to host the Oscars that year.

Tiger King Joe Exotic is in prison, but he still wants to help find rival Carole Baskin‘s missing husband.
A new investigation has been launched to find out what happened to Don Lewis following the viral hit Tiger King. Don disappeared in 1997 and is believed dead.
According to TMZ, Don’s three daughter, who are suing Carole, have welcomed Joe’s assistance. They say that the “plan is for him to speak to their lawyer to figure out what, if any, useful info he has for the investigation.”
Joe claimed in Tiger King that Carole had a hand in getting rid of her husband.
His family recently announced a $100,000 reward for information about Don.

Simon Cowell is back home one week after breaking his back.
A friend tells People magazine that the America’s Got Talent judge  is “very happy to be back home with his family in the fresh sea air” of Malibu, California.
Simon underwent a “five-hour surgery” last weekend after falling off his new electric bike. But the source says he’s making great progress. “He’s been able to walk quite a lot and quicker than the experts had expected him to do after this type of major surgery, which is a great sign for the healing coming along well.”
No word, though, when Simon will return to America’s Got Talent.

Coffee Talk from Honor Credit Union – Monday, August 17

Northern California has unfortunately been suffering from some wildfires lately. But one fire got a lot worse recently with a phenomenon known as a FIRE TORNADO. The New York Times says fire tornadoes spawn in a combination of extreme heat from fire, turbulent winds and uneven terrain, according to meteorologists. No thanks!

Who says hard seltzers are only for summer? Just in time for Pumpkin Spice Season, VIVE hard seltzer is releasing a Pumpkin Spice flavor. (PRNewswire) Not to be outdone, Delish magazine says Pumpkin Pie Pop Tarts have hit store shelves. A box of eight sells for $3.68. Pop-Tarts launched their pumpkin pie pastries early this year because of the Pumpkin Spice craze.

You’d think that these days – where no one is going, well, anywhere — FOMO, or Fear of Missing Out, wouldn’t be a thing. But according to experts, FOMO hasn’t gone away – it’s just changed. Instead of looking at other’s people’s vacation pics from exotic locations and feeling terrible about yourself, now people are looking at pics of people doing amazing things during their time at home – while they’re just sitting on the couch. “It’s shape-shifted,” says Jennifer Wolkin, a New York-based neuropsychologist, “It might not be looking at pictures of someone’s vacation or their parasailing trip or swimming with dolphins. It now becomes ‘They’re making sourdough starters,’ and ‘They’re going for a hike in these woods with their family, and I’m just on the couch and doing nothing and surviving and trying to find my breath.'” (USA Today)

Speaking of FOMO … There’s a company in Southern California that will set up a picture-perfect beach picnic for you. Bliss Beach will create the Insta-perfect beach day for you – with pillows, lounge chairs, a table, umbrella, cooler … everything you need for ultimate relaxation. No more schlepping all your stuff to the sand – just show up and it’s all there. (Travel & Leisure)

Fox News says the oldest person in the United States turned 116 on Saturday. Hester Ford has 12 children, 50 grandchildren and 120 great-grandkids. She credits her long life to family and a strong faith in God.

Music News – Monday, August 17

You’d think social media trolls would know better than to come at Kelly Clarkson, but one who ignored that rule got a hard smackdown on Twitter late last week.
The hater, who set her account to private after getting a response from Kelly, slammed Kel for putting her career before her family by stepping in for the laid-up Simon Cowell on America’s Got Talent. She wrote, “No wonder her marriage didn’t work… Surprise she has time for her kids… Not the good old country girl we fell in love with… It’s all about Kelly being on TV… And no one else… No tears for her… But for her kids.”
Kelly came back with a retort that quickly racked up the likes — “Shaming a woman who has a great work ethic, is a great mom, and who steps up and fills in when a friends asks for a favor because that’s actually what “good old country girls” do… This can’t be who you are deep down. I have more faith in your heart. Aim higher please!”

The Daily Mirror claims a copy of Ed Sheeran’s first demo album is going to be auctioned off and is expected to sell for $15,000. He recorded “Spinning Man” in 2004 when he was 13. Ed owns 19 of the 20 copies available.

The Daily Mail newspaper says John Legend and Billie Eilish are going to perform remotely during this week’s Democratic National Convention.

Adele was recently on Instagram when a fan asked, ”Adele where’s the album?” She replied, ”I honestly have no idea.”

Happy Headline from United Federal Credit Union – Friday, August 14

TMZ says Lodi, California police officer Erica Urrea is being hailed as a hero for saving a man’s life. The wheelchair-bound man got stuck on several train tracks as a locomotive was speeding towards him. Erica jumped out of her police car, ran to the man, and pulled him to safety as the train ran over his wheelchair. The man suffered a leg injury and was taken to the hospital where he is currently being treated.... [Read Full Story]

Furry Friends Friday with Rocky at Paws of Hope – August 14

Rocky is a four year old male Plott Hound. Rocky is an all-around happy and laid-back dude. He knows basic commands, such as “sit”, and walks well on-leash. Rocky enjoys going for walks with his foster dad and playing ball with him in the yard. Although Rocky enjoys being active, he is also content to be in the house hanging out with his favorite person. Rocky is neutered, current on vaccinations, negative for heartworms, micro-chipped, and house-trained. Please contact Paws of Hope at 269-340-0272 or complete our adoption application on our website, www.pawsofhope.org, if you’d like to know more or open your heart and home to our wonderful Rocky.” ... [Read Full Story]

Coffee Talk from Honor Credit Union – Friday, August 14

KTVE says an inexpensive head lice medication is showing positive results in treating the coronavirus. Doctors in West Monroe, Louisiana have been treating patients with Ivermectin. They say the patients were in bad shape before taking the medication, but quickly improved after several doses. Doctors say Ivermectin may remove the virus from the body. Doctors have yet to see any side effects.
The FDA says, “People should not take any form of Ivermectin unless it has been prescribed to them by a licensed health care provider and is obtained through a legitimate source.”

For those of you hoping we’ll have an NFL season with healthy players that follow quarantine orders so they can play, think again. Real GM.com says the Seattle Seahawks recently cut a rookie player after he was caught on video trying to sneak a woman into the team hotel. She was wearing Seahawks apparel in an attempt to disguise herself as a player. The team says the unnamed rookie cornerback put the other players at risk because of the coronavirus.

WOOD-TV in Grand Rapids says a family was recently boating off the coast of Grand Haven on Lake Michigan when they found a dog swimming four miles from shore. The family used a pole to bring the dog into their boat. They took her to a veterinarian, who scanned her microchip and reunited her with her owners.

Music News – Friday, August 14

Sia, Tove Lo and Portugal the Man head up the cast of At Home With the Kids, an album of child-friendly tunes that will raise cash for Save the Children.
The 23-track set, which drops on August 28th, mixes traditional kids’ tunes like Christina Perri‘s version of “It’s a Small World” with originals like “Riding on My Bike,” which Sia first recorded two years ago. (Billboard)

The Weeknd is doing his part to help folks affected by the recent explosion in Beirut.
The Canadian singer ponied up $300,000 to provide relief for those who were displaced by the massive blast. Abel’s manager and his wife have been raising money for the charity effort and plan to cut checks to World Food Program, the Lebanese Red Cross and the Lebanese Children’s Center. (TMZ)

Lewis Capaldi is pretty good at taking himself down a peg or two, and we just learned that he’s OK with smackdowns from others.
The Scottish star hit his social media for a late-night style reading of “mean tweets” he’s come across in recent days — most of which focus on his new single, “Before You Go.”
Lewis is seen laughing as he holds up a smartphone to say “‘Before You Go’ is number-11 in America and as always, as always, it’s the fans that keep me going… If it wasn’t for 10 songs, I would be number-one..”

The Daily Dish – Thursday, August 13

Diana: The Musical, a highly anticipated stage show about Princess Diana that was supposed to open in March, before New York’s theaters got shut down, will now debut on Netflix.
It’s a first for a Broadway show.
Diana: The Musical will be filmed with no audience at the Longacre Theater and hit the streaming service early next year, before opening May 25, 2021 on Broadway.
Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan, who won a Tony for Memphis, co-wrote the music and lyrics for the show’s original songs.

Variety magazine says Simon Cowell has sold his Beverly Hills home for $25 million. The house has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a black and white interior, a pool, a cabana, a tanning salon, a gym, two kitchens, a wellness suite with a massage room, a steam room and a retina scan security system.

Ozzy Osbourne tells Rolling Stone that a movie is being made about his life. “From what I understand, it’s about Sharon and I and our relationship. It’s how we met, fell in love, and how we married. She’s my other half. She grew up a lot with me, and I grew up a lot with her. We celebrated 38 years of marriage just recently.”

The NY Post says David Blaine has planned his next live stunt. He plans to float in the air with a bunch of helium balloons. The stunt will take place on his YouTube channel on Monday, August 31st. The stunt is expected to resemble the Pixar movie ”Up”

Coffee Talk from Honor Credit Union – Thursday, August 13

Today is:
  • National Prosecco Day
  • National Filet Mignon Day
  • International Left-Handers Day
Some famous lefties: Leonardo da Vinci, Mozart, Presidents Obama, Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Reagan; The Queen of England, Prince Charles and Prince William; Oprah, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Babe Ruth, Jimi Hendrix, Neil Armstrong, Paul McCartney, Bill Gates, Angelina Jolie, Keanu Reeves, Lady Gaga, Tina Fey, Justin Bieber.

The coronavirus is beginning to completely mess up shooting for shows and movies so deeply that some of them aren’t even premiering on time for Fall. Deadline Hollywood says “The Voice” will not premiere on NBC in September as it usually does. ”America Ninja Warrior” will replace the series until it is ready to air.

The Sun newspaper says a blow-up doll shortage is occurring because of the coronavirus. Many of the dolls are made in China where factories have been shut down due to covid-19. Blow up doll orders have spiked by 51% since the start of the pandemic.

Vladimir Putin‘s claim that Russia has the first coronavirus vaccine ready to be administered was met with worldwide skepticism, and Dr. Anthony Fauci certainly isn’t buying it.
The country’s top infectious disease expert is casting doubt on the science and safety of the Russian vaccine and believes they are taking an unnecessary risk. Fauci says he hopes Russia has “actually definitively proven that the vaccine is safe and effective. I seriously doubt that they’ve done that.” He added that the U.S. is working on a number of vaccines and “if we wanted to take the chance of hurting a lot of people or giving them something that doesn’t work, we could start doing this, you know, next week if we wanted to. But that’s not the way it works.” (ABC News)

Music News – Thursday, August 13

Demi Lovato is staying busy and staying honest, judging by a new song snippet that seems to address her substance abuse relapse.
Demi hit her Instagram Stories on Tuesday to offer up video showing her listening to a few seconds of the tune, featuring the lyrics “I know I made it hard for you/ And I owe my part, I’ll tell the truth/ You said that it’d be over/ If I didn’t get sober/ Sober.”
She captioned the video with the hashtag #D7, leading followers to believe an album is on the way.

The Irish Mirror newspaper says Ed Sheeran is planning to get a special tattoo to mark his baby’s birth. A source tells the newspaper,  “Ed comes from a large Catholic family and he wants to have a house full of kids. He has had five intertwined circles put on his back that look a bit like the Olympic rings. He wants to put a tattoo of a palm print into each circle.”

Seems the R. Kelly case has come back to haunt all of us. The Chicago Sun-Times says three men have been arrested for allegedly bribing R. Kelly’s victims to remain quiet. Each suspect is accused of a separate scheme to bribe, intimidate, and harass Kelly’s alleged victims. One of the men reportedly offered $500,000 to a victim to keep her from cooperating with the government. Another suspect is accused of setting an SUV on fire outside of the home where one of the victims was staying. The Blast claims R. Kelly lied about being broke. Court documents show that the singer received $1.2 million in payments last year. Kelly previously accused prosecutors of going on a “harassing fishing expedition” by sending subpoenas to his bank. The prosecution claims Kelly paid bribes to multiple accusers over a 20-year period to lie about his alleged abuse. Bank records show that he allegedly paid $125,000 for the recovery of videotapes that depicted him abusing a minor.

Happy Headline from United Federal Credit Union – Wednesday, August 12

Five-year-old Wilbur Coleman of El Paso, Texas, has been working with his mom to create care packages for front line workers and those who are most vulnerable to the coronavirus.
Every morning, Wilbur’s mom heads out to purchase supplies. And then, she and Wilbur spend the day packaging up the supplies.
Wilbur gets the care packages into the hands of those in need by driving his electric toy jeep around the neighborhood to make “special deliveries.”
Wilbur and his mom have been making these deliveries since coronavirus cases started rising back in March, hoping to spread a little kindness each day during these tough times. (KFOX-TV)

The Daily Dish – Wednesday, August 12

Dwayne Johnson did it again. He’s been named the highest-paid actor in Hollywood for the second year in a row.
According to Forbes, The Rock earned  $87.5 million, taking home $23.5 million for his part in the upcoming Netflix original film Red Notice.
He’s followed by Ryan Reynolds ($71.5 million), Mark Wahlberg ($58 million), Ben Affleck ($55 million) and Vin Diesel ($54 million).
Others on the list include Adam Sandler ($41 million), Lin-Manuel Miranda ($45.5 million) and Will Smith ($44.5 million).
Six of the top 10 actors made much of their money from Netflix.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have “secretly” bought a home in Santa Barbara. Page Six says the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been living in the upscale California community, which is also home to Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres, for the past six weeks.

Bill Cosby has filed for a new appeal in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. According to Page Six, his attorney argues that his trial was not fair because it allowed five accusers to give “decades-old” testimony that swayed the jury against him.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is getting a reboot — but a very different one.
Will Smith is teaming up with Morgan Cooper, who created a fake viral YouTube trailer for a dramatic version of the sitcom. The two are shopping Bel-Air now to all the major streaming services.
Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that Bel-Air has been in the works for more than a year after the 2019 clip went viral and caught Smith’s attention.

Coffee Talk from Honor Credit Union – Wednesday, August 12

The most-talked-about trending news of yesterday involved two different spectrums of topics: Politics, and Football. In politics, Joe Biden chose Kamala Harris as his Vice Presidential running-mate. And in Football, the Big 10 and Pac-10 conferences cancelled their football seasons due to concerns over the coronavirus. Locally, Lake Michigan Catholic was the first local school to cancel their Football season.

Have you ever been the subject of a backhanded compliment? Or perhaps gave one and didn’t realize it until later? Al Roker was recently featured on The Kelly Clarkson Show to talk about his new book, You Look So Much Better in Person. But it’s not just a funny book title – it’s a backhanded compliment both he and Kelly get from fans regularly. During the interview Kelly said, “I love the title. Anybody that knows me that sees your book, buys your book, reads your book, is going to laugh because literally the thing said most to me in my life, in my career … is, ‘You look so much better in person.’ I honestly thought it was just me.” (Country Living)

I know it’s mid-August, but since the year has been so bad for most brands and retailers, they’re already preparing for and talking about Christmas. So Chicago Candy company Brach’s is releasing a bag of candy corn with flavors that taste like a Thanksgiving dinner. Each candy corn is a different flavor of the dinner — Green Beans, Roasted Turkey, Cranberry Sauce, Ginger Glazed Carrot, Sweet Potato Pie, and Stuffing. (Delish) So if you already hate candy corn for Halloween, you’re sure to hate it for Thanksgiving.

Speaking of the holidays and Halloween candy … You’re going to see Halloween candy in stores much earlier than usual. Candy companies like Hershey have requested that retailers set up their Halloween displays earlier this year in an effort to help with sales — since Trick-or-Treating will likely be cancelled due to COVID concerns. Don’t expect to see fancy packaging this year either. Mondelez, the company behind Sour Patch Kids and Swedish Fish will focus on family-size packs of their candies because they predict parents will arrange small get-togethers instead of typical Halloween celebrations. Even Hershey announced limited Halloween packaging, choosing to save money and keep their normal packaging due to the uncertainty of the season. (Eater)

Music News – Wednesday, August 12

This week, Taylor Swift joined rare company. Only 11 music acts have at least six albums top the Billboard charts multiple weeks. Swift has released eight albums. Folklore became the sixth to be number-one for a second week.
Barbra Streisand is the only woman besides Taylor Swift to have at least six albums top the Billboard charts more than once. More recently, Jay Z and Eminem have reached the milestone.
The other acts are from another era entirely: The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, Elton John, Led Zeppelin, Bruce Springsteen and Garth Brooks.
This feat requires career longevity and the increasingly difficult achievement of more than one week topping the charts. For example, country singer Kenny Chesney has only one of his nine chart-toppers to remain there multiple weeks. The hip-hop artist Future has seven number-one album but none of them stayed on top for two weeks. (Billboard)

Ed Sheeran is actively preparing for fatherhood. A child with wife Cherry Seaborn is reportedly due in a matter of weeks.
They kept the pregnancy secret during quarantine. Only this week did a friend leak that Cherry is in the third trimester and due “later this summer.” The source said the lockdown in spring became a “perfect excuse not to be seen out and about.” Cherry is obviously showing, so now they’ve told more friends. Their days are spent prepping the nursery room.
At the end of last year, Ed Sheeran announced on social media how he planned to take an extended break. In hindsight, they must have gotten the results of a home pregnancy test. Ed knew that their first child was on the way. (The Sun, UK)

Happy Headline of the Day from United Federal Credit Union – Tuesday, August 11

A group of teenagers in Cambria, California, are working to help those struggling during these complicated times by raising thousands of dollars for food, supplies, rent and utilities.
The high school students started with simple fundraising events, such as tamale sales, car washes and dinners with raffles.
But, they’ve taken things to a whole new level this year with big fundraising drives, with some donors pitching in $1,000 each.
They’ve raised tens of thousands of dollars and have been able to help about 70 families.
Their work isn’t done, of course, because there are still plenty of people in need.
These teens plan to continue to help as much as they can, using all the lessons they’ve learned so far to impact even more families moving forward. (The Tribune)

The Daily Dish – Tuesday, August 11

Jason Derulo‘s golf lesson with Will Smith didn’t go as planned.
In a video, the Men in Black star is seen teaching the singer how to swing a golf club — when Jason rears back and appears to knock out Will’s two front teeth.
“Put some ice on that,” Derulo says as Smith grins, showing his missing teeth. Will then grabs his club and seems to take a swing at Jason’s face before the video ends.
It’s unclear if Derulo really knocked out Smith’s teeth or if it was only a joke.

Antonio Banderas turns 60 yesterday and received an unwanted gift.
The Spanish actor tweeted Monday, in Spanish, that he is celebrating his birthday in quarantine today because he tested positive for the coronavirus. He says, “I would like to add that I feel relatively well, just a little more tired than usual and confident in recovering as soon as possible following the medical indications that I hope will allow me to overcome the infectious process that I suffer and that is affecting so many people around the planet.”
Banderas says he plans to spend his birthday reading, writing and resting.

Tiger King Joe Exotic thinks he knows who killed Carole Baskin‘s husband, but the truth is still a mystery. Now the family of Don Lewis is putting up billboards and offering a $100,000 reward for information about the businessman’s disappearance in 1997.
Don’s three daughters, along with attorney John Phillips and family spokesperson Jack Smith, announced on Monday their plan to get more info on what happened to Lewis.
They’ve erected four billboards across Tampa reading, “Who Murdered Don Lewis?” And a cold case group on Facebook was started to hunt for clues, according to TMZ.
The family also plans to sue Baskin — possibly for wrongful death. She denies any wrongdoing in Don’s disappearance. The gossip blog says the $100,000 reward money came from an anonymous donor.
In the Netflix docuseries Tiger King, Joe Exotic often claimed Baskin killed her husband, who co-founded Big Cat Rescue with his wife.

Coffee Talk from Honor Credit Union – Tuesday, August 11

Ladies, and drag queens, as you know, high heels have pretty much been gathering dust in closets since the pandemic began. Apparently many women are saying they don’t think they’ll wear them ever again – even when things get back to “normal.” What’s your take?

Are you a creature of habit? Seems most of us are, at least according to a new survey. The survey found that 80% of adults are creatures of habit – eating the same breakfast every day, sleeping on the same side of the bed every night, shopping at the same supermarket, styling their hair the same way, and wearing the same kind of clothes — among other habits.
That said, it seems all this time at home has made many people change things up – or at least realize they need to. 44% of respondents said their routine had to change as a result of the pandemic. 30% said it has encouraged them to change some of their old habits, and more than 25% said lockdown made them realize they had to make changes in their life – both big and small, from changing the way they eat to moving to a new house. (SWNS)

In case you’re interested in taking some weird and cheap risks right now with your food, Cheetos has just launched their very own line of mac and cheese — for less than a dollar a box. There’s a Flamin’ Hot flavor, a standard Bold and Cheesy flavor and Cheesy Jalapeno flavor.

Football fans, there’s been a bit of talk that the Big 10 will potentially cancel the college football season for their conference. And that would likely see other conferences follow suit. But, one good piece of news may come of it if you’re an NFL fan…Brobible.com says NFL games may be played on Saturday instead of Sunday if college football is canceled because of the coronavirus.

Since the Coronavirus pandemic began, some big companies and service providers have been perfectly fine with charging you more or the same amount for their products and services but giving less or substandard customer service to go with it. And as college students try to figure out what the upcoming school year is going to look like, one Yale student is also suing the school for charging full tuition, while not actually being able to be on campus.
Jonathan Michel of Ohio filed the case in federal court, arguing that he shouldn’t have had to pay the full price of tuition for the Spring 2020 semester after everyone had to finish their work off-campus. (New York Post)