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Weekly Insights: Derek Chauvin’s Trial
April 14th, 2021
From Derek Chauvin’s trial to school-life balance, here are this week’s top college student insights.
Female Students are More Likely to Forgo a Summer Internship Due to COVID-19
April 8th, 2021
The pandemic has made it increasingly difficult for college students to get valuable work experience before graduating, especially since students don’t want fully remote internships. Whether they’re looking for an internship or a summer job, students are feeling the effects of the slower economy. A recent survey of 1,500 undergraduates finds that almost half (46%) […]
Weekly Insights: Vaccine Selfies
April 7th, 2021
From vaccine selfies to political awareness, here are this week’s top college student insights.
Weekly Insights: Anti-Asian Racism
March 31st, 2021
From anti-Asian racism during the pandemic to spring semester burnout, here are this week’s top college student insights.
Weekly Insights: Spring
March 25th, 2021
From spring anticipation to students’ exercise habits, here are this week’s top college student insights.
One-Quarter of College Students With a Spring Break Plan to Travel
March 23rd, 2021
Although many universities decided to skip Spring Break 2021 due to COVID-19, those that carried on can expect students to travel.
Weekly Insights: TV Streaming
March 17th, 2021
From the most popular TV streaming services to St. Patrick’s Day, here are this week’s top college student insights.
The LGBTQ+ Student Divide
March 15th, 2021
One-third of the approximately 2,000 four-year undergraduate institutions in America are religiously affiliated. Of those, more than 200 Christian colleges and universities explicitly discriminate against their LGBTQ+ students.
Weekly Insights: Women’s History Month
March 10th, 2021
From Women’s History Month to the minimum wage debate, here are this week’s top college student insights. Women’s History Month A new survey of 750 undergraduates finds that almost three-quarters (74%) believe the United States will elect a female president by 2032. While just 17% believe the country will send a woman to the White […]
College Students Don’t Want Fully Remote Summer Internships
March 4th, 2021
With a second pandemic summer quickly approaching, college students aren’t too concerned about the risks of interning in person before receiving a vaccine. But students do understand that employers who want to offer a summer internship in person may have to switch to remote work. A new survey of 1,500 undergraduates finds that almost half […]
Weekly Insights: Job Market
March 3rd, 2021
From COVID-19’s impact on the job market to students’ view of OnlyFans, here are this week’s top insights. Job Market A new survey of 750 undergraduates finds that nearly half (45%) of students overall are very concerned about coronavirus’ impact on the American job market, while another 40% are somewhat concerned. Just 15% of students […]
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