Washington Post: After a historic layoff, Ivy League basketball is back. Did its shutdown go too far?

Washington Post: After a historic layoff, Ivy League basketball is back. Did its shutdown go too far?. “The Ivy League was the first conference to shut down its college basketball season in March 2020 as the coronavirus crept closer, a decision that was hailed after other leagues, then the entire world, soon came to a standstill. And as the pandemic worsened, the Ivies doubled down, canceling entire seasons of competition, including basketball. But that’s when the world went a different direction: On other college campuses, basketball teams returned for the 2020-21 season. The Penn Quakers, and their rivals across the Ivy League, didn’t.”

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