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  • Writer's pictureLee Meadows

Covid at College


Unfortunately, even though we all want this pandemic to be over, it continues.


This August as many college and grad students try to return to some semblance of normalcy, with a hybrid mixture of in-person classes and remote classes, coronavirus surges.


As colleges start their fall semester, many schools have had to throw out their original plans for in-person instruction back to remote, since covid-19 is spreading at a frightening pace.


The University of Notre Dame announced they would move to online instruction for at least two weeks in an attempt to control the growing outbreak.


UNC at Chapel Hill moved classes entirely online for the remainder of the semester due to four clusters of infections.


But don’t fret, soon this pandemic will be over, and college life can resume again!

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