For many UNC students, campus life isn’t much different without masks

By Sierra Pfeifer

A masked student avoids the rain on UNC’s campus. (Johnny Andrews/UNC-Chapel Hill)

For the first time in two years, UNC students are no longer required to wear masks in classes or university buildings.

This week, students went through their usual routines of attending classes and studying with friends, and some said it didn’t seem too different.

Carolina Connection’s Sierra Pfeifer surveyed students at some popular locations on campus to hear about how they’re feeling and see how life at UNC has and hasn’t changed.

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