3 views on the life and death of college towns, remote work and the future of startup hubsThe global pandemic has halted travel, shunted schools online and shut down many cities, but the future of college-town America is an area of deep concern for the startup world.
College towns have done exceedingly well with the rise of the knowledge economy and concentrating students and talent in dense social webs.
sees the death of college towns, and looks at whether remote tools can substitute for in-person connections when building a startup.
a more sanguine look at the future of college towns.
All that has disappeared, leading to some critics, like Noah Smith, to ask whether “Coronavirus Will End the Golden Age for College Towns”?

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