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Campus update for Sept. 28, 2020

Sept. 28, 2020

important covid info

Keep your friends group small

That's the takeaway from today's campus COVID-19 briefing.

Dean of Students Wes Brooks said that while the number of cases is still small, each presumed case causes a flurry of activity that results in students being sequestered, quarantined and, less frequently, isolated.

Contact tracing indicates that close social interactions among individuals and small groups of three to four people are often a cause. There is no evidence that the small uptick in cases is due to large parties or interactions in classrooms. (Read more)

Today's updates: 

• Seventy-four employers will be at the Quad Cities College Career Fair Wednesday! You should be there, too.

• Watch the first presidential debate with the folks from Communication Studies tomorrow.

Tuesday: DiversiTEA 3 p.m.; Let Go and Be Well III 3 p.m.; Vikings Vote panel: Your Voice is Your Power 5 p.m.; Allyship Ted Talk 5:30 p.m.;  Best Buddies 6:30 p.m.; 
Sociology and Anthropology Students 7 p.m.; Dance Marathon 7 p.m.

• Groups looking for members:

Camp Kesem


students in hanson hall

How it's done!

Masks on, desks apart, students in class at Hanson Hall.