SUNY Cortland President Shares Departure COVID-19 Testing Requirements for Students – Cortland Voice

(Photo from SUNY Cortland Twitter Page).

SUNY Cortland President Erik J. Bitterbaum shared the following departure COVID-19 testing requirements as the spring semester will soon come to an end.

Dear students,

Thank you again for your extraordinary work this spring. It’s hard to believe, but soon the semester will end and many of you will leave Cortland to travel to your home communities.

I wanted to share details about departure requirements for the Spring 2021 semester, including mandatory COVID-19 testing to help ensure the safety of you and your loved ones.

All students who have been using SUNY Cortland facilities

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Yellow announces departure of executives; Harris becomes president

Less-than-truckload carrier Yellow Corp. (NASDAQ: YELL) announced Tuesday the departure of COO T.J. O’Connor and Chief Network Officer Scott Ware. Darrel Harris, who was brought on board in November to head the company’s strategic initiatives, will take over as president.

Yellow President Darrel Harris (Photo: Yellow Corp.)

Harris has 25 years of experience in transportation, most recently leading Yellow’s enterprise transformation to a super regional carrier. The network changes include combining sales, operations, human resources and the company’s separate business units onto one platform.  

Prior to joining Yellow, Harris served as the CEO of flooring industry transportation and

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GHC President Don Green Announces Departure

Georgia Highlands College President Don Green has accepted a new position as president of Point Park University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

“President Green’s outstanding work has emphasized student success both in the classroom and in the workforce, helping GHC expand its degree programs and carry out its mission as an access point to higher education,” University System of Georgia (USG) Chancellor Steve Wrigley said. “Don has been an excellent leader who helped GHC positively impact the communities it serves and set an example that will benefit the college and students for years to come. I will miss him as a colleague

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Meet Chicago Northwest president announces departure

The president of Meet Chicago Northwest is leaving to lead an association in Oregon.

Dave Parulo plans to leave his current role May 7 to become president and CEO of the Washington County Visitors Association in Beaverton, Oregon, according to a news release from Meet Chicago Northwest.

Parulo has served as the president of the tourism organization since 2010. He began working as its director of partnership and business development in 2007 when the group was called The Greater Woodfield Convention and Visitors Bureau, the news release said. He previously worked as a hotel executive for Starwood and Hilton branded

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Remarks by President Biden Before Air Force One Departure

Delaware Air National Guard Base
New Castle, Delaware

4:12 P.M. EDT

Q    Have you made a final decision on how you’re going to approach your legislative agenda?  Is it going to be one bill, or are you going to split it up into multiple bills?

THE PRESIDENT:  I have, but I ain’t telling you.  (Laughs.)

Q    Any reaction to what happened in Myanmar?

THE PRESIDENT:  It’s terrible.  It’s absolutely outrageous.  And based on the reporting I’ve gotten, an awful lot of people have been killed totally unnecessarily.

Q    Senator Chris Murphy said today that he thinks there’s a chance to

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‘Rarely has a president shown such little personal evolution in office’

He gave an interview in which he described the chief of staff as a “paranoid schizophrenic” and said Bannon was wasting time trying to “suck his own c–k”.

It was reportedly Trump’s wife, Melania, and daughter, Ivanka, who insisted he go.   The strength of the Trump marriage was a source of tabloid speculation: Melania appeared to swat his hand away on a couple of occasions and Trump once confessed that he’d forgotten to buy her a birthday present.

The truth was probably that the First Lady was shy, that she found the pressures of media scrutiny unbearable, even farcical.


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