Shuai “Eddy” Jiang, a rising junior at Boston College, on Acorn Street in Boston. Jiang is from China and chose to remain in Massachusetts through the pandemic. Many colleges and universities anticipate a sharp decrease in international students for fall 2020. Credit: Courtesy of Shuai Eddy Jiang.

When Boston College started emptying dorms and moving classes online because of the coronavirus, Shuai “Eddy” Jiang thought about where he should live during the pandemic.

“The question was if I should go home to China or not,” said Jiang. He’s a rising junior from China’s Henan Province and his family pays his tuition: $56,780. His parents, having seen what coronavirus could do long before the U.S. was struck by it, wanted him to return to China.

But Jiang decided to stay, and his parents support his decision….



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