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March 19, 2021

The Chronicle of Higher Education
Volume 67, Issue 14

Cover Story

  • Lives Under Pressure

    24 Hours in Higher Ed, One Year Into the Pandemic

    To document Covid-19’s indelible mark on life and work in higher education, The Chronicle followed more than a dozen people in the space of a day.


  • A Year at a Distance

    The Stranded

    The pandemic has not just disrupted international students’ college experience. It has marooned them all over the world.
  • The Pandemic's Toll

    The Scholar With the Skeleton Key

    The pandemic has frayed nerves and exposed our tattered safety net. Can this researcher make people see the connection?
  • The Review

    The Future of Admissions

    What changes from this year will stick?
  • Advice

    How Much Has Covid Cost Colleges? $183 Billion

    The financial situation is dire. But colleges that stay focused have a fighting chance.
  • By the Numbers

    What Higher Education Has Endured for the Past Year

    A look back at a trying year for higher ed reveals strained budgets, falling enrollment, hefty job losses, burned-out faculty and staff members, struggling students, and death.

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