Have college campuses become the new coronavirus hotpot? In just the past week, a New York Times survey has found, American colleges and universities have recorded more than 36,000 additional coronavirus cases, bringing the total of campus infections to 88,000 since the pandemic began.
But this increase in cases doesn't necessarily mean more hospitalizations and more deaths. Many colleges and university administrators have canceled college sports, limited dorm interactions, closed cafeterias, and eliminated college social activities. In many cases, schools have welcomed students back to campus only to send them back home again a few weeks later.
Is this too much? Too much that many kids are opting to save expensive tuition and not return? Has the real college experience changed forever?
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