Spring semester transitions back to in-person classes amid COVID concerns

By Lauryn Lovett

Dr. Samba Camara leads an Introduction to Africa course (AAAD101) in Fetzer Hall with a class using COVID best practices.
(Jon Gardiner/UNC-Chapel Hill)

UNC classes that started the semester remotely are transitioning back to in-person instruction. Two weeks before the spring semester began, UNC gave professors the option to start their classes online as the Omicron variant spread in North Carolina. This week, most professors who took advantage of that option had to bring their classes back into the classroom. While some students are glad to learn face-to-face, others are worried about the return.

Lauryn Lovett reports.


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