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Editorial | Pitt needs to have a hybrid option as Omicron spikes

Editorial | Pitt needs to have a hybrid option as Omicron spikes

By The Pitt News Editorial Board January 13, 2022
In order for spring semester to be successful and to keep students and staff healthy, Pitt needs to provide a hybrid option.
Emily Vogt, left, a first-year biology major, studies for her biology final and a biology quiz while her friend Alex Markunas, an undeclared first year, catches up on her neuroscience notes at Hillman Library on Friday evening.

Students prepare for hybrid finals as semester nears end

By Clare Sheedy, Contributing Editor December 8, 2021
Pitt students prepared this time last year to take finals at home and behind a screen. The COVID-19 pandemic forced the Pitt community to acclimate to online learning. With the semester ending soon, students are studying at home, alone and in campus buildings.
Students walk to their classes at the Cathedral of Learning.

‘Makes me excited’: Students adjust from virtual to in-person classes

By Leanna Chae, For The Pitt News September 19, 2021
Now entering the second week of fully in-person classes, many Pitt students are still trying to adjust to running to meetings, racing to dining facilities and finding seats in big lecture halls.
Two students walk along the sidewalk adjacent to David Lawrence Hall.

Students offer mixed feelings about return to in-person classes

By Brandon Raglow, Staff Writer September 12, 2021
When the University announced a two-week optional online period, many students reacted with trepidation over another semester online. Now, as that period comes to an end, students are experiencing a variety of feelings about mandatory in-person classes.
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