Students express mixed feelings over returning to in-person classes

Postsecondary students are expressing both excitement and concern as their institutions return to in-person classes, reports CBC. In the east, around 350 students from St Thomas University, the University of New Brunswick, and New Brunswick Community College signed a petition requesting that in-person learning be delayed. Other students are apprehensive, but are looking forward to connecting with their classmates and instructors. Some University of Saskatchewan students told CBC that they feel ready to return to campus and connect with their peers, while some are concerned contracting COVID-19. Royal Military College students have already returned to the classroom, and are happy to be back in in-person classes. “It’s great to see all of my fellow students,” said RMC officer cadet Sebastian Lees. “It’s been two years since I’ve last seen them.” CBC (USask)| CBC| Global News (RMC) Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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