Then, earlier this month, she contracted the coronavirus and had to spend more than a week in isolation housing. She couldn’t be around friends and was barred from playing sports. Alone, she consumed herself with schoolwork. “I felt like I was spiraling,” Brownell said. She adds that she doesn’t think […]

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Every day at 5 p.m., no matter what Dr. Debra Schwinn is doing, Palm Beach Atlantic University’s new president jumps on a Zoom call — not with faculty or donors, but with students in isolation due to the coronavirus. Schwinn, a physician and mom, worries […]

When Francis Davidson was wrapping up his first year of college at McGill University in 2012, the then 19-year-old philosophy and economics major wanted to make some extra cash, so he rented out his apartment for the summer. By subletting his and his roommates’ three-bedroom downtown Montreal apartment to vacationers […]

(CNN) —   When you’re just starting out, your credit is one of your most important financial assets. It can help you in the future when you need to buy a car, secure a loan or eventually get a mortgage for your first home. Even if those things are far […]

In a college application season like no other, students who have seen every aspect of their lives disrupted by the coronavirus are grappling with how to show their potential. High school seniors around the U.S. are facing January and February college application deadlines without SAT and ACT entrance exam scores, […]

Natalie Aronno is attending UC Irvine remotely to study dance. (Christina House/Los Angeles Times) Part of a year-end series revisiting subjects of some of our most popular arts articles of the year. For freshman starting college this fall, COVID-19 upended their education, as some colleges closed their campuses and offered […]

Not every tip and tactic applies to every team or game, but go over this checklist to make sure you aren’t missing a key edge or angle that could impact your best college football bowl bets. Photo By – USA TODAY Sports After a patchwork 2020 college […]

American students and their parents continue to take out student loans to pay for their undergraduate and graduate degrees. People who are attending college are paying for tuition, room and board, books, and other necessities by taking out student loans or using credit cards. The Federal Reserve said in a report that […]

The U Experience, a startup which aims to create a “bubble campus” environment for college students studying remotely, is aiming to launch at a Texas resort in January. Previous attempts didn’t go forward in Hawaii, Arkansas, and Florida. One epidemiologist told Business Insider the program just can’t be a “true […]