Dean of students raises concern about canceled classes after Halloween

By Tim Daye

Halloween falls on a Monday this year. Word got around campus this week that some professors planned to cancel Tuesday morning classes following Halloween. UNC Dean of Students Jonathan Sauls heard about that, and he responded by sending an email to administrators strongly encouraging professors to hold class as scheduled Tuesday morning, even at 8 a.m.

In the email, Sauls said canceling class “feeds into the social norming around alcohol use on Halloween.”

Sauls talked with our reporter Tim Daye about his concerns.

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