A University of Miami student from South Carolina, disgruntled to be back home amid the COVID-19 pandemic, has turned to federal court with a putative class action lawsuit that claims she and hundreds of other students aren’t getting their money’s worth.
Named plaintiff Adelaide Dixon was staying at UM’s Coral Gables campus to complete her full-time degree — until the university sent everyone home and suspended all in-person activities for the rest of spring semester.
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