Distribution of vaccines on campuses has sparked debate about whether students and faculty should be getting the shots.
With the number of high school graduates expected to shrink in New England and a shortage of people in tech, colleges see an opportunity.
Marketplace senior economics contributor Chris Farrell thinks it's become a matter of when and how much debt will be canceled.
For people pursuing student loan forgiveness, getting laid off means they're no longer able to make qualifying payments for PSLF.
These students are fostering friendships and study groups without school.
In his new book, Jeff Selingo looks at how some colleges must compete for applicants, and why the COVID-19 pandemic could make this competition even tighter.
Those waivers could mean schools don't have to spend as much on precautions, like new heating and ventilation systems.
By one estimate, about 200 private liberal-arts institutions are on the verge of going under.
At first, a new COVID-19 system caused hundreds of thousands of entrance exam grades to be deflated.