The university has established that the affected student did not attend any university or college events after they felt ill, when they subsequently self-isolated. The university has said that “Our immediate concerns are for the affected student and their family, along with the health and wellbeing of our university staff, students and visitors. The student is being offered all necessary support.” PHE has advised that the risk to other students and staff is very low and that university and college activities can continue as normal. They have also advised that the university and colleges do not need to take any additional public health actions in the light of this specific case. The University is sharing further updates on the current infection at www.ox.ac.uk/coronavirus-advice. The university is providing support for students, staff, and the wider community. A university spokesperson has said “We have worked with PHE to make sure that anyone who was in contact with the student after they fell ill have been notified and that they are able to access support and information as needed. PHE do not consider individuals infectious until they develop symptoms.” Public Health England (PHE) has confirmed that a student at the University of Oxford has tested positive for coronavirus (Covid-19) after returning home from a specified country.
Two titans of the livetronica genre, STS9 and GRiZ, have revealed plans to perform together for an exciting double billing. The two performers will hit the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Birmingham, AL on October 28th, with tickets going on-sale tomorrow, September 1st.STS9 is set to release their new album, The Universe Inside, this Friday, before launching a major fall tour. The band’s tour will ultimately take them to Hulaween, though not before this exciting stop in Alabama. Meanwhile, GRiZ is also working on new music, and has a major fall tour of his own in the works. Both artists initially announced fall tours that omitted the 10/28 date, making this surprise double billing all the more special.For information about the show, you can head to Ticketmaster. We’ll be keeping our fingers crossed for a collaboration for the next two months…
Scientists can finally look at circuits in the brain in all of their complexity. How the mind works is one of the greatest mysteries in nature, and this research presents a new and powerful way for us to explore that mystery.
Poor job prospects, excessive debt, and the failure (or inability) to save and invest have, in the eyes of some observers, put the American dream beyond the reach of millennials.On the other hand, this largest generational segment in American history will benefit from one of the largest wealth transfers in history over the coming years.The impact of millennials on the U.S. economy and the credit union industry is only beginning to be felt.The most recent Raddon Research Insights survey explored the new face of the American dream, examining the attitudes and behaviors of millennials in relation to financial services.The survey also compared millennial behavior and attitudes with those of older generations. continue reading » 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr