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Billy Keeney

NKU is moving forward in the fall.

How NKU is moving forward during COVID-19

Over the last year, NKU has had to adapt to virtual operations. Classes, appointments, meetings and even commencement were all virtual. Students, staff and faculty learned to adapt to the online environment and make the best out of the situation.

However, now that more people are getting vaccinated and cases are decreasing in many areas across the country, NKU is hopefully about moving forward into the next academic year.

This package highlights students’ struggles with mental health during the pandemic, why students chose to get a COVID-19 vaccine, what classes will look like in the fall and more.

Join us in moving forward to the future by reflecting on the past.

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‘It feels like it’s been forever’: Students discuss why they got a COVID-19 vaccine
‘Science is not political’: Faculty discuss COVID-19 cases and vaccines
‘I’m seeing a light at the end of the tunnel’: faculty discuss 2021 fall semester plans
Counseling center: meeting students where they are
A conversation with senior BFA major Jackson Hurt
A conversation with alumna Jasmine Watson
A conversation with freshman dance BFA Lindsey Dean
How NKU Athletics has been hit by the pandemic financially
A conversation with junior musical theatre BFA Linnzie Hays
A conversation with junior musical theatre BFA Arianna Catalano
A conversation with junior theatre major Alyssa Taylor

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How NKU is moving forward during COVID-19