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    China’s College Graduates Can’t Find Jobs. The Solution: Grad School.

    The government is expanding university capacity, but some young people worry that the option will only postpone a crisis stemming from a shortage of well-paying work.

    Prepare for Your College Student’s Return for the Holidays

    Plan out the trip home and set ground rules for safe socializing. And remember that they’ve had a tough year, too, so give them the space to talk about it.

    College Reopening: The Outlook for In-Person Classes

    A look at how U.S. colleges and universities are starting the semester, and the challenges for students with special needs.

    Crummy College Quarantine Food Goes Viral: A Lemon as a Side Dish?

    Students arriving at N.Y.U. and other campuses are flooding social media with complaints about meals they are given as they isolate.

    A College Athlete Calls His Coach to Opt Out. And Ends Up on the Outs.

    Kassidy Woods, a redshirt sophomore receiver at Washington State, was concerned about the pandemic. The coach was sympathetic until he learned he was joining a players’ rights initiative.
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    Total confirmed cases
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    See Which Country Is Leading the Global Race to Vaccinate

    Half of Israelis could receive at least one vaccine dose within a month, while the United States and Europe have been slower to reach...

    Mexicans Worry That Even Getting Covid Won’t Make Their Leader Take It Seriously

    President López Obrador has played down the pandemic, and many Mexicans wonder if his own illness will change his mind, especially since he can...

    The first confirmed U.S. case of a variant discovered in Brazil is found in Minnesota.

    The variant, known as B.1.1.28.1 or P.1, shares many mutations with one first identified in South Africa and is thought to be more contagious.

    Biden Raises Daily Vaccination Target and Extends Travel Bans

    President Biden now says he hopes to administer 1.5 million coronavirus vaccinations a day, a 50 percent increase from his initial target, and he...

    ‘Una ola de gente enferma’: Yuma se convierte en el epicentro de la COVID-19 en la frontera

    El hospital del condado fronterizo de Yuma, Arizona, está tan desbordado que ha tenido que trasladar a los pacientes de COVID-19 a otras ciudades....

    Portugal’s President Wins Re-election, but Far Right Gains

    Portugal once stood out in Europe for having no real far-right presence in politics. Those days appear over.