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Cultural norms often dictate that the college experience—with its dorms, clubs, sports and activities—is more than just taking classes and receiving a degree. It’s a defining life journey. But do institutions of higher learning technically owe their students a so-called life experience? A wave of litigation sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic presents this question.

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