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  • Mhm.

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Mhm.

  • Mm.

    嗯。

  • Right.

    好吧,我知道了

  • Hi, I'm Carla Zeus for CNN.

    嗨,我是CNN的卡拉-宙斯。

  • 10 were more than a year now into the covid pandemics.

    10是一年多的科維德大流行現在。

  • Impact on the United States and the ripple effects continue to spread into many facets of American life.

    對美國的影響,以及波及到美國生活的許多方面。

  • For instance, college enrollment.

    比如,高校招生。

  • Today's show starts with a look at how overall it continues to decrease.

    今天的節目首先來看一下整體是如何繼續減少的。

  • Last fall, there was a 3.3% drop in the number of students enrolling in higher education as compared with fall 2019.

    去年秋季,與2019年秋季相比,高校招生人數下降了3.3%。

  • And this spring, preliminary data suggests there's going to be a 2.9% decrease from spring 2020.

    而今年春季,初步數據顯示,將比2020年春季減少2.9%。

  • This is all, according to the National Student Clearinghouse, an organization that keeps track of higher education enrollment in the United States.

    據美國國家學生資訊交流中心(National Student Clearinghouse)介紹,這一切,是一個跟蹤美國高等教育入學情況的組織。

  • One thing to note here is that graduate enrolment.

    這裡需要注意的是,研究所學生招生。

  • This is among students who already have a four year degree and are studying for something more advanced.

    這是在已經擁有四年制學歷的學生中,學習更高級的東西。

  • That has reportedly increased by 4.3% this spring as compared with last.

    據報道,與去年相比,今年春季增加了4.3%。

  • But there are fewer graduate students than there are undergraduate students, so the drop in undergrads dragged down overall enrollment.

    但是研究所學生比大學生少,所以大學生的減少拖累了整體招生。

  • A researcher with the National Student Clearinghouse says this is undoubtedly an effect of the pandemic, and an executive director with the organization says it's too early to tell if the decrease will continue into this fall.

    全國學生資訊交流中心的一位研究人員說,這無疑是流行病的影響,該組織的一位執行董事說,現在判斷減少是否會持續到今年秋天還為時過早。

  • One specific reason for all this could be the lack of the full college experience.

    造成這一切的一個具體原因可能是缺乏完整的大學經歷。

  • Traditional schools that switch to virtual learning for the pandemic risked losing interest among students who want in person instruction and unrestricted campus life.

    傳統學校如果為了流行病而轉為虛擬學習,就有可能失去那些希望親自授課和不受限制的校園生活的學生的興趣。

  • Schools that focused on online learning before the pandemic hit actually saw their numbers grow last fall.

    在流行病來襲之前,專注於在線學習的學校實際上在去年秋天看到了他們的數量增長。

  • But community colleges have been hit hardest by the enrollment decline, and researchers say that suggests the pandemics.

    但社區學院受到招生人數下降的打擊最大,研究人員說,這表明了流行病。

  • Economic effects are a major reason for the decrease.

    經濟效應是減少的主要原因。

  • Mhm.

  • We're very aware of what high school students are going through for aspiring college students.

    對於有志於上大學的高中生來說,我們非常瞭解他們的經歷。

  • The application process, like so much else this past year, has been challenging.

    申請過程和過去一年的很多事情一樣,都是充滿挑戰的。

  • You really felt it, things that they thought they were just going to have on their resume or, you know, positions that they thought they were going to be able to have, or even their class, their grades, the devastation of not being able to finish what they thought they were going to be able to present to us.

    你真的感覺到了,他們以為他們只是要在履歷上有的東西,或者,你知道,他們以為他們要能夠有的職位,甚至是他們的班級,他們的成績,不能完成他們以為他們要能夠向我們展示的東西的破壞性。

  • Many of the usual steps, like working with high school counselors, visiting campuses and in person interviews were made nearly impossible by pandemic related restrictions.

    許多通常的步驟,如與高中輔導員合作,參觀校園和親自面試,由於流行病相關的限制,幾乎不可能。

  • In an effort to make things easier, many colleges have made standardized testing like the SATs optional.

    為了讓事情變得更簡單,很多大學都將SAT考試等標準化考試作為選修課。

  • The result.

    結果是:

  • A double digit surgeon students applying to some selective colleges like N Y.

    一個兩位數的外科醫生學生申請一些選擇性的學院,如NY。

  • U What has this experience been like for you when you see the number of Crest 100,000?

    U當你看到克而瑞10萬這個數字時,你有什麼體會?

  • I think I My stomach did just do a little a little flip and say, Wow, now I've entered a whole new world and I thought, Oh, dear Lord, how are we going to get through all of this?

    我想我的胃確實只是做了一個小的小翻轉,說,哇,現在我已經進入了一個全新的世界,我想,哦,親愛的上帝,我們如何通過這一切?

  • Harvard University reported a 42% increase in applications.

    哈佛大學報告說,申請人數增加了42%。

  • The University of Virginia saw an almost 17% increase, and Colgate University received more than double the applications this year than it did last year.

    弗吉尼亞大學增長了近17%,科爾蓋特大學今年收到的申請比去年多了一倍。

  • They're trying to put their best foot forward in a way that they think might have a school give them a chance when they wouldn't have in the past.

    他們正在努力把自己最好的一面展現出來,他們認為可能會有學校給他們機會,而他們過去不會這樣做。

  • These eye popping numbers are the exception, though our enrollment was down about 10% in the fall, and it's down about 18% in the spring at Middlesex Community College in Massachusetts, where 40% of those attending our first generation college students officials did everything they could to get students enrolled.

    這些令人眼花繚亂的數字是個例外,雖然我們的入學率在秋季下降了約10%,在馬薩諸塞州的米德爾塞克斯社區學院春季也下降了約18%,在那裡就讀的人中,有40%是我們第一代大學生官員,他們竭盡全力讓學生入學。

  • We extended registration deadlines.

    我們延長了報名截止日期。

  • Um, we, uh, forgave as much debt as we could afford to do for students.

    嗯,我們,呃,免除了儘可能多的債務,我們有能力為學生做。

  • We allowed students longer time to pay off any expenses they had from previous semesters.

    我們允許學生有較長的時間來還清前一學期的費用。

  • Fewer students also means less tuition, straining budgets that were already under pressure before the pandemic, which disproportionately affected low income students and students of color.

    更少的學生也意味著更少的學費,使在流行病之前已經面臨壓力的預算更加緊張,這對低收入學生和有色人種學生的影響尤為嚴重。

  • A lot of our students, they are struggling economically.

    我們很多學生,他們的經濟都很困難。

  • They've been out of work for some time, and many of them are just struggling to put food on the table.

    他們已經有一段時間沒有工作了,很多人只是在努力地把食物放在桌子上。

  • Mhm.

  • Yeah, 12th trivia.

    是啊,12號的小事。

  • Which of these famous stories is the oldest Mike there?

    這些著名的故事中,哪一個是最老的邁克有?

  • Lady Phantom of the Opera, Chicago or Mary Poppins?

    歌劇魅影女士,芝加哥還是瑪麗-波平斯?

  • Phantom of the Opera first appeared as a serial publication in 1910.

    歌劇魅影》最早出現在1910年的連載中。

  • The playing musical came later.

    玩音樂劇是後來才有的。

  • Mhm.

  • How much later?

    多久以後?

  • The Phantom of the Opera musical made its debut on Broadway in 1988 but that famous street in New York City has been hosting plays for live audiences since the 17 hundreds.

    歌劇魅影》音樂劇於1988年在百老匯首次亮相,但紐約市那條著名的街道從17世紀起就開始為現場觀眾舉辦戲劇。

  • And while it's been shut down several times in the past.

    而在過去幾次被關停的同時。

  • Broadway hasn't gone dark for a year since the Revolutionary War.

    自從革命戰爭以來,百老匯已經一年沒有黑過了。

  • Even during the much deadlier Spanish flu pandemic of 1918 to 1919 Broadway stayed open.

    即使在1918年至1919年致命的西班牙流感大流行期間,百老匯也沒有關門。

  • There are more than 40 theaters along the Great White Way, as it became known for the electric white marquee lights above theater entrances.

    大白路沿線有40多家影院,因為影院入口上方的電白盞燈而聞名。

  • There are many other off Broadway theaters that have fewer seats but are still popular.

    還有很多百老匯以外的劇院,雖然座位較少,但仍然很受歡迎。

  • An estimated 97,000 jobs were lost when Broadway closed last year, and it's not known yet when the lights will go on again.

    去年百老匯關閉時,估計損失了9.7萬個工作崗位,現在還不知道什麼時候才能再次亮燈。

  • When they closed the theaters in March of last year, no one really expected they would be shut for so long.

    去年3月關閉影院的時候,真的沒有人想到會關這麼久。

  • But now, as the anniversary passes and with no date in sight for reopening Broadway and all the theaters around 42nd Street, it's as if time has stood still.

    但現在,週年紀念日過去了,百老匯和42街附近的所有劇院都沒有重開的日期,時間彷彿靜止了。

  • Philip Burst, the CEO of Playbill, says it's created a lost generation of talent on Broadway.

    Playbill的首席執行官菲利普-伯斯特說,它在百老匯創造了失去的一代人才。

  • There is no one working in these theater except the maintenance people keep maintaining them and keeping them ready to reopen.

    除了維修人員一直在維護這些影院,讓它們隨時可以重新開放外,沒有人在這些影院工作。

  • But Broadway is in complete ice, and how are they surviving some or not.

    但百老匯完全處於冰封狀態,他們是如何存活一些還是不存活。

  • I think that there's probably a whole swath of people who are now leaving New York.

    我想,現在可能有一大片人都要離開紐約了。

  • They're back in their parents basements and patiently waiting for Broadway to reopen the pandemic tamped out of Broadway that was booming.

    他們回到了父母的地下室,耐心地等待百老匯重新開放,將原本繁榮的百老匯的大疫情夯實。

  • Ticket sales had never been higher.

    門票的銷量從來沒有這麼高過。

  • Now these theaters are figuring out how to reopen safely economically.

    現在這些影院正在想辦法,如何安全經濟地重新開業。

  • Can you open these theaters?

    你能打開這些影院嗎?

  • And can you have productions with 30% capacity?

    而你能有30%產能的產品嗎?

  • It's not possible.

    這是不可能的。

  • Broadway is a very low margin business on many levels.

    百老匯在很多層面上都是一個利潤很低的行業。

  • It is very expensive, very labor intensive, very talented people who have paid well.

    它的成本非常高,勞動強度非常大,非常優秀的人才,他們的工資也很高。

  • Broadway will open at 100% or it probably will not be able to open at all.

    百老匯將以100%的速度開盤,否則可能根本無法開盤。

  • Two.

    兩個人

  • Barbro Anne sings The sun will come out tomorrow, and Philip Burst says, you can bet your bottom dollar.

    巴布羅-安妮唱著《明天太陽會出來》,菲利普-伯斯特說,你可以用你的底薪打賭。

  • The theaters in New York will thrive once again.

    紐約的影院將再次繁榮。

  • Broadway is the heart of New York City, and when Broadway reopens, it will send a national and international signal to the world that the pandemic has been beaten.

    百老匯是紐約市的中心地帶,當百老匯重新開張時,將向全國和國際社會發出一個信號,那就是疫情已被打敗。

  • Mhm.

  • A historic snowstorm pummeled the Rockies from Wyoming to Colorado, snarling traffic on the interstates.

    從懷俄明州到科羅拉多州,一場歷史性的暴風雪襲擊了落基山脈,使州際公路上的交通陷入癱瘓。

  • In fact, closing parts of 25 70 and 76 in and out of the Denver metro region, Denver International Airport recorded 27.1 inches of snow.

    事實上,關閉部分25 70和76進出丹佛市區,丹佛國際機場記錄了27.1英寸的積雪。

  • That is their fourth largest snow storm ever recorded.

    這是他們有史以來第四大的暴風雪。

  • And in Cheyenne, Wyoming, they had over 36 inches of snow.

    而在懷俄明州的夏安市,他們有超過36英寸的雪。

  • That is a record two day snowfall total for them.

    這是他們創下的兩天降雪總量的紀錄。

  • The snow was so intense over the course of the weekend that covid vaccination sites and clinics were cancelled.

    週末的雪很大,以至於covid疫苗接種點和診所都被取消了。

  • Blizzard conditions gripped the state made travel impossible for local residents.

    暴風雪狀況籠罩著該州,當地居民無法出行。

  • Here, you can imagine the avalanche threat is considerable.

    在這裡,你可以想象雪崩的威脅是相當大的。

  • That will continue for the days to come as the snowpack continues to settle.

    未來幾天,隨著積雪的不斷沉降,這種情況還將持續。

  • It'll be days before we completely dig out of this massive historic snowstorm a beautiful sight but definitely hidden dangers within all of this natural wonder for our last story.

    在我們完全挖出這場巨大的歷史性暴風雪之前,還需要幾天的時間,這是一個美麗的景象,但絕對是隱藏的危險,在所有這些自然奇蹟中,我們的最後一個故事。

  • Today, there's a newly opened hotel in China that says, whether you're eating, playing or sleeping polar bears will keep you company.

    今天,中國有一家新開的酒店說,無論你是在吃飯、玩耍還是睡覺,北極熊都會陪伴你。

  • This is said to be the world's first polar bear.

    據說這是世界上第一隻北極熊。

  • Hotel rooms range in price from 300 to $350 per night, and the hotel promises visitors will be able to see the animals round the clock from its 21 guest rooms.

    酒店客房價格從每晚300元到350元不等,酒店承諾遊客可以在21間客房內24小時看到動物。

  • Animal rights activists opposed this venue, saying polar bears don't belong in zoos or hotels.

    動物權利活動人士反對這個場地,說北極熊不屬於動物園或酒店。

  • A spokeswoman for the hotel says the indoor enclosure is only part of the animal's habitat and that they're allowed to roam outside when the temperature and air quality allow.

    酒店發言人表示,室內圍欄只是動物棲息地的一部分,在溫度和空氣質量允許的情況下,它們可以在室外漫遊。

  • The hotel says it's fully booked through its trial period.

    酒店表示,通過試營業期,酒店已經全部訂滿。

  • Some might check out at the idea of sleeping near a polar bear bed and breakfast.

    有些人可能會檢查出在北極熊床和早餐附近睡覺的想法。

  • Sounds more appetizing when you're not the breakfast, but others will be quick to earth sign their names on the register.

    聽起來更有食慾,當你不是早餐,但其他人會很快地在登記簿上籤上自己的名字。

  • They'll want to stay in, go tell.

    他們會想留在這裡,去告訴。

  • They got into the hotel and their friends.

    他們進了酒店和他們的朋友。

  • Reactions are sure to be polarizing.

    反應肯定是兩極化的。

  • I'm Carl issues with some Ursa Major League bad puns on CNN.

    我是卡爾問題與一些厄薩大聯盟壞雙關語的CNN。

  • 10.

    10.

  • Want to give a shout out to Grace Web High School and our viewers in Hartford, Connecticut?

    想為康涅狄格州哈特福德的Grace Web高中和我們的觀眾點贊嗎?

Mhm.

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