Could Covid-19 change universities forever?
Halls have been locked down. Students have asked for their money back. And among staff, there have been complaints of coercion from management and rumblings of industrial action. For universities, could a short-term crisis develop into an existential threat?
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- Scott Galloway, professor at NYU Stern School of Business.
- An anonymous senior academic at one of the UK's top universities.
- Jo Grady, general secretary, University and College Union.
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