Grace Cavanaugh ~ Editor in Chief
The University of Lynchburg is set to resume hybrid classes on Monday, Sept. 7. At publication time there are 25 positive COVID-19 cases, 17 of which are on campus, and 80 students in quarantine.
University President Dr. Alison Morrison-Shetler in an email to the campus community on Aug. 28 said, “ I remain optimistic and hopeful that we will begin to see a steady flattening of the number of positive cases and a decrease in the number of our students in isolation and quarantine.”
Mina Work, senior, said, “I was in isolation for 10 days and quarantined for 14. As soon as I realized that I could be getting sick I started to isolate myself and made an appointment at the health center.”Read more