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How COVID-19 class policies and accommodations have shifted with the return to in-person learning

Washington University’s policies for COVID-19 accommodations have broadened as in-person learning becomes the norm this semester.

| Contributing Reporter

Excited and overwhelmed: How students feel about the transition back to in-person learning

As the first month of the fall semester, students are sharing their reactions to the return of in-person activities.

| Contributing Reporter

Remote students face decision of whether or not to come to St. Louis for the spring

After Washington University’s Nov. 18 announcement that spring 2021 classes will continue to follow a hybrid format, students studying remotely this fall must decide whether or not to come to campus in the spring.

Olivia Poolos | Staff Reporter

WU announces new Thanksgiving travel restrictions as COVID-19 cases rise among students and in the St. Louis area

Undergraduate students who travel more than 60 miles outside of the St. Louis region for Thanksgiving will not be allowed to return to campus for the remainder of the semester, according to a Nov. 12 email from Chancellor Andrew Martin and Provost Beverly Wendland.

| Senior News Editor

As spring semester approaches, WU professors must decide between hosting classes online, in-person or hybrid

Professors across Washington University were required to declare by Nov. 6 whether they will conduct their classes online, hybrid or in-person for the spring 2021 semester.

| Staff Reporter

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