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Sometimes it’s hard to believe that it was nearly two years ago when I didn’t have to worry about catching COVID. Now my eyes are immediately drawn to the person in the room who’s wearing their mask incorrectly, or even worse, not at all ...

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Most Americans view the nation’s system of colleges and universities as a kind of invulnerable redoubt. That is, they believe it is generally impervious to erosive social forces by virtue of its role as an economic engine. This assumption will likely be tested in the coming years.