Colleges suspend in-person classes after outbreaks on campuses
At least a dozen athletes have tested positive at the University of Mississippi, with classes set to resume there next week. It comes asspread across college campuses nationwide. Michigan State is the latest university to scrap in-person classes.
“I think time will tell whether this is the right decision or not,” said Michigan State President Samuel Stanley.
Analise Macksood was just moving into her freshman dorm after a lost spring. “We’re like, your kidding,” Macksood said.
“Prom, finals, graduation, everything. Summer hit and we were told, ‘Oh, you get a whole new fresh start in college,’ and then that gets taken away.” she told CBS News. “It sucks, to be honest. It sucks.”
Michigan State joinsand North Carolina to go virtual this fall. Nationwide, more than 1,000 COVID-19 cases have been reported on college campuses since July.
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[Source: CBS News]