College freshmen rethink plans as the coronavirus pandemic drags on

Emily Schwank, Intern As the summer comes to a close, incoming college students are coping with the reality of going to school amid the coronavirus pandemic. Not every college is taking the same approach when it comes to the new school year. Some schools, like the University of California Berkeley have decided to provide only remote instruction to its students. Others have set up a blended model in which some classes will be online and some will be held in person. Some are only allowing certain students to live on campus. For example, Stanford University is only allowing freshmen and sophomores to live on campus. Mt. San Jacinto College, a local community college, has moved many classes online. “With everything happening recently, my college experience has been filled with a lo
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