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Karin Fischer, The Chronicle of Higher Education
For all students, the coronavirus pandemic has been enormously disruptive. For the more than one million international students enrolled in American colleges, it has been a vortex, flinging them to every part of the globe.
Some—bound by academic obligations or blocked from returning home by travel restrictions—have remained in the United States. But they, too, are dislocated, cut off from the support of family and longtime friends.