Saturday, December 4, 2021

The 1909: Michigan State suspends in-person classes due to COVID-19, more information

<p>Design by Daena Faustino.</p>

Design by Daena Faustino.

Michigan State President Samuel Stanley Jr. sent out an email to the university community Wednesday morning announcing that the university will be suspending all in-person courses and will be transitioning to online lectures.

This is in light of two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Michigan. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a state of emergency Tuesday night.

On a breaking episode of The 1909, we talk to student government reporter Wendy Guzman about Stanley's email, further updates and the environment on campus in light of in-person class suspensions.

The 1909 team:

Podcast coordinator, executive producer: Katie O'Brien Kelley

Guest: Wendy Guzman

Host: Katie O'Brien Kelley

Recorded and edited by: Katie O'Brien Kelley

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