Stanford Vs. Harvard: Two Famous Biz Schools’ Opposing Tactics on COVID

Eliot House, Harvard University

At the Stanford Graduate School of Business in Northern California, the stories got weird almost immediately upon students’ return for the fall semester. Some said they were being followed around campus by people wearing green vests telling them where they could and could not be, go, stop, chat or conduct even a socially distanced gathering.

How COVID Death Counts Become the Stuff of Conspiracy Theories

Man in tinfoil helmet watches TV, ufo phobia

In the waning days of the campaign, President Donald Trump complained repeatedly about how the United States tracks the number of people who have died from COVID-19, claiming, “This country and its reporting systems are just not doing it right.” He went on to blame those reporting systems for inflating the number of deaths, pointing a finger at medical professionals, who he said benefit financially.