“Testing will be required for everyone returning to campus, both universities announced, with regular testing throughout the semester.”
By Amanda Jackson and Elizabeth Hartfield
Harvard and Princeton universities will bring back students to campus this fall, but not everyone will return at the same time.
The pandemic has forced universities to formulate plans to keep educators and students safe from Covid-19. From online learning to limiting the amount of people on campus, here’s how Harvard and Princeton plan to go forward with the fall semester.
Harvard University plans to bring up to 40% of undergraduates back to campus for the fall semester, including all first-year students, the school announced on Monday. In addition to first-year students, Harvard will allow students who need to be on campus “to progress academically” to return as well…..
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