Northeastern students discuss coronavirus before major outbreak in the US
The world has been hit hard by the coronavirus. What’s surprising is how fast it has all happened. The United States has gone from a handful of cases to a shutdown in a few weeks. Global Observer spoke to Northeastern University students twice — on February 28 and March 10. The interviews, with both US and Chinese students, show how fast attitudes changed as the virus spread. It also shows differing attitudes between the American and Chinese students.
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Global Observer is run by Journalism students from Northeastern University’s School of Journalism. We write about issues that matter to the international student community in the U.S. but often overlooked in other publications. These range from obtaining a working visa after graduation to fitting into the new environment without losing one’s identity. The School of Journalism does not endorse any of the views expressed. This is an independent publication and not an official Northeastern source for federal regulatory information about student visas. Please note that policies may have changed since the date of publication. All inquiries about visas, status, compliance should be directed to the Office of Global Services or the equivalent office at your institution.Learn more