“It’s always helpful to have transparency in reporting data … Especially when we’re dealing with people’s health and safety, and when people are dying.”
From unique hurdles for New England institutions, to enrollment crises on the international and domestic fronts, to preexisting existential challenges, coronavirus may spell the end for some colleges and universities.
“Most prisons and many jails have done very little to reduce the population density that puts both incarcerated people and staff at grave risk.”
These photos are of Massachusetts, and specifically some of the many brave people who are working through the crisis. They haven’t asked for attention or applause, but they certainly deserve our recognition and appreciation.
With campuses closed due to the COVID-19 crisis, students from other countries face significant travel restrictions and visa concerns