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Thursday, June 04, 2020

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CHARLES SHAFER

Colleges and Universities, possibly more than any other entity, have far superior ability to assess the risks of their particular situation than students and workers. Unlike a restaurant, for example, the college confronts students and workers with a myriad of environments. Moreover, students must make a large investment of time and money that cannot be recovered when risks over which they have no control change.

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