Update: Babson, too.
The MIT Tech reports campus health officials suspended in-person teaching for first-year MBA students at the Sloan School of Management Nov. 5 through Thanksgiving due to a rash of positive Covid-19 tests among them.
MIT's Covid-19 dashboard shows 35 positive Covid-19 test results over the past seven days. Some 64 MIT students are now in isolation because they have tested positive for the virus, while another 60 are currently quarantining because they have come into close enough contact with people who tested positive to hide themselves away while awaiting their own test results.
The Tech reports many of the cases in the "troubling uptick" at MIT were among first-year Sloan students and that they seem to have contracted it off campus. In addition to calling off classes, the school required the students to get tested every other day through tomorrow - compared to the twice-weekly tests required by other students on campus.