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Northeastern University dismisses 11 students for breaking COVID-19 rules by partying. They won’t get their $36,500 tuition back.


Hopefully, it was one amazing party

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Northeastern University has dismissed 11 first-year students after they were allegedly caught at a party, a violation of the school's COVID-19 restrictions. The students who broke the university's social distancing rules will learn a very costly lesson because their tuition will reportedly not be refunded. That had better have been one heck of a party.

Northeastern University announced on Friday that it had dismissed 11 first-year students for violating "university and public health protocols that prohibit crowded gatherings." On Wednesday, the students threw a party at a hotel room at the Westin Hotel in Boston, which is being used as a temporary dormitory this semester. Staffers from the university claim the students were not wearing masks and not practicing social distancing.

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