Image:  The local economies of college towns were hit especially hard during the COVID-19 pandemic, as students fled, employees stayed home and families, alumni and prospective students stopped visiting. For many downtowns that depend largely on a university population to thrive, things are looking much brighter this year. On Tuesday afternoon, Cornell University organized a virtual forum of college and community experts to discuss their struggles and successes in reviving local...


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