With little guidance from the government, colleges seem to be basing reopening decisions on student morale as well as scientific research.
“The rodents are actually looking for food that is not there, so there are a lot more sightings. They need food and water to survive. It doesn’t have to be filet mignon, it doesn’t have to Evian.”
Some of the many ways people are safely advocating for workers, renters, incarcerated people, artists, and other vulnerable populations.
“It was sort of testing the water with it, seeing what [evictions] they can get away with. This legislation stopped folks in their tracks before it caught on.”
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.