UNC-Chapel Hill students discuss school’s decision to move to all-remote classes


CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Students at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill shared their thoughts as the school moves to all-remote classes.

All undergraduate classes are going remote after four coronavirus clusters were reported, according to a statement from the university.

As of Monday, August 17, 324 cumulative cases have been reported at UNC-Chapel Hill. 279 of those are students, and 45 are employees, according to the university.

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