Several colleges amended their academic calendars — and eliminated spring break 2021.
Plus, American Airlines’ CEO was photographed without a mask in a social setting — but his airline removed a two-year-old for not wearing a face covering.
Those are some of today’s travel stories I thought you, too, may find interesting.
Spring Break 2021: Cancelled by Some Colleges
ABC News reports several major universities — such as the Univerity of Michigan, Iowa State, Kansas State, University of Wisconsin (Madison), and The Ohio State University — decided there will be no spring break 2021 for their schools.
They don’t want students, faculty, or other campus personnel traveling and thus creating more COVID-19 risks.
The University of Wisconsin at Madison simply made their winter-spring semester start a week later than originally planned.
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