UNC-Chapel Hill spring 2021 reopening plan raises concerns in the UNC community

By Aurora Charlow

Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz speaks during the November UNC Faculty Council meeting. (Jon Gardiner/UNC-Chapel Hill)

The fall semester was hectic and unsatisfactory for many UNC students, faculty, and staff. Many students were sent home after only a couple weeks of classes. The rest of the semester was held online and there was no fall break. And now, at the end of the semester, a lot of people are feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. Some are even angry and disappointed about what they’ve missed. Going forward, UNC is trying to provide a safe and consistent learning environment in time for the spring semester. However, there are students and faculty who fear a repeat of the fall.

Aurora Charlow reports.

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