1 in 10 College Students in Massachusetts are Homeless. More are Hungry. It’s Past Time We Recognize Their Reality

Appears in WBUR

Pam Eddinger and Sara Goldrick-Rab
May 17, 2018

Thousands of undergraduates, some low-income and others from middle-class families struggling with too-high college prices, are going without the food and shelter they need to focus on school. Students have long known this, but the crisis has been invisible to many… Food and housing are basic human needs. No college should need to become a social services agency in order to help provide them.”

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