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Colleges around the country have closed their campuses to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

College students from low-income families are learning the hidden costs of moving back home

Colleges around the country have closed their campuses because of the coronavirus. That's putting stress on low-income students and their families.

31 free Harvard University classes you can take online through edX

Harvard offers over 140 online courses via learning platform edX. Anyone can audit them for free, or you can pay for a certificate and access to graded assignments.
Columbia University is one of the schools that is temporarily going remote to prevent spreading the novel coronavirus.

Columbia, Harvard, NYU, and other major US colleges and universities that have switched to remote classes and are telling students to move out of dorm...

Harvard University president Larry Bacow announced that he and his wife had tested positive for COVID-19 in an email shared with the school community.
Stanford graduate Katrina Lake founded Stitch Fix, an online personal styling service valued at $1.4 billion at its IPO.

10 US colleges and universities where female grads have gone on to secure more than $1 million in funding for their startups

Katrina Lake, a Stanford graduate, founded Stitch Fix, an online personal styling service valued at $1.4 billion at its IPO.
Ana Georgescu.

I’m a Harvard international student on financial aid who was kicked off campus — here’s the uncertainty I’m facing as I say go...

"Every decision I make could impact my legal status in this country and my future career," says senior Ana as Harvard shut down amid coronavirus.
The author and his classmates tossing their graduation "caps."

I’m a senior at Harvard University who thought I had 2 months until graduation. When we heard we had five days left, my friends and I staged our...

Harvard undergraduates were given five days to leave due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Clifford Courvoisier made the most of his short "senior spring."
University Chemistry professor Luca De Gioia records his lesson in an empty class room to stream it online for his students at the Bicocca University in Milan.

Most professors aren’t equipped to teach remotely, but the coronavirus may force them to learn on the job

Online learning experts say teaching online requires a different skillset from teaching in person, but the coronavirus may force them to adapt — fast.
All Harvard students have been asked to evacuate their dorms, but that's nearly impossible for some low-income, International, and LQBTQIA+ students.

Harvard students say the coronavirus pandemic has upended the last place at the elite $46,000 a year university where all students felt equal: its dor...

As Harvard asks all students to leave dorms amid the coronavirus pandemic with few exceptions, students say the school's "only equalizer" is gone.
Students carry boxes to their dorms at Harvard University, after the school asked its students not to return to campus after Spring Break and said it would move to virtual instruction for graduate and undergraduate classes, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., March 10, 2020.

Despite Harvard’s $49 billion endowment, displaced first-generation and low-income students have been forced to turn to GoFundMe and alumni netw...

"The sort of blanket policy that came from the university disproportionally impacted students differently," the organizer of the fundraiser said.

How one Harvard player’s college academic and basketball careers ended in a matter of hours when the Ivy League canceled its conference tourname...

"Everyone on the team is devastated... but it was a matter of health and well-being over playing a basketball game," Harvard's Justin Bassey said.