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Chicago-area college students return to remote learning

Chicago-area college students return to remote learning
As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the state, Chicago-area college students are left to cope with the return to remote instruction.

” Mailing said remote learning makes her schooling feel like less of a priority, and it has taught her the art of missing classes.Nonetheless, Mailing said she is finding ways to make the most of her remote learning experience.Jonah Kaye, another University of Chicago student, said that while remote learning is not the end of the world, he felt that the university’s decision did not make much sense.For Nadia Hernandez, a 19-year-old student at DePaul University, one of the most challenging parts of remote learning is combating Zoom fatigue.

” Northwestern University is also nearing the end of its remote learning period, and classes are set to resume in person on Tuesday.Northwestern University student Andrew Chang participates in a remote learning class in the public space area of his college dorm at Northwestern University in Evanston, Jan.

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