Student Revives COVID Suit Against BSU

A student’s class-action lawsuit against Ball State University stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic has been revived by the Indiana Court of Appeals. According to the Star Press, Keller J, Mellowitz’s suit — first filed in May 2020 — accused the university and its board of trustees of “breach of contract and unjust enrichment” over decisions to cancel in-person classes and close campus facilities in 2020 due to the pandemic.

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