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The Class of ‘24: Entered College During COVID-19, Graduating Among Protests

Season 2024 Episode 6219 | 17m 03s

The protest movement is sweeping college campuses just weeks before graduation. This year’s college seniors are mostly the same group whose high school graduation was disrupted by the Covid pandemic. Wall Street Journal Higher Education Reporter Douglas Belkin talks to Hari Sreenivasan about the unique circumstances facing these students.

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