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The financial crisis for US arts organizations has not been distributed evenly

Museums, dance companies, theaters, and other small arts organizations in the US—particularly those serving communities of color—are struggling for survival.

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Is it still worth studying at a US university as an international student?

Foreign students face a cocktail of concerns, from racial intolerance to uncertainty around visas to the country’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Indian students in the US are leaving behind their campuses and dreams amid coronavirus

Many are losing out on optional practical training.