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www.theatlantic.com Colleges Are Forgetting the People Who Make Them Run

As colleges unveil their reopening plans for the fall, concerns about the safety of faculty teaching in classrooms populated with young adults have taken center stage. But largely left out of the conversation have been the people actually getting campuses up and running: the staff. Over the past few months, the pandemic has exposed long-standing fissures in the campus workplace. Faculty and staff occupy…

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