Monday, June 22, 2020
Rock Chalk Uncertain Return Debated
The student body this town's favorite university is still uncertain about the future.
The best & brightest reader among our blog community share a reference:
Many in KU community say they’re wary about a return to physical instruction as COVID-19 pandemic rages on
More deets on the skimpy semester ahead . . .
60%, also said outright that Chancellor Douglas Girod and Provost Barbara Bichelmeyer haven’t communicated effectively with the KU community.
KU announced at the beginning of May that it intended to reopen for the fall semester through a phased plan guided by public health officials, and in-person instruction is set to resume on Aug. 24. University leaders have announced some measures meant to keep the university community safe and slow the spread of the virus — they’ve mandated face coverings, and they’ll be ending the in-person portion of the semester just before Thanksgiving.
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