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Several fall classes move to mixed online format without notice
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Several fall classes move to mixed online format without notice

“I think it would’ve been respectful to receive an email from the school explaining why my classes were switched rather than having me check can link to find my classes online, said senior Gabby Butman. “As a senior, it is upsetting that I am missing out on some of my last memories and experiences because now I will be spending the majority of my time at home on the computer.”

Student-created petition calls for pass/fail grading option, receives more than 5,500 signatures
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Student-created petition calls for pass/fail grading option, receives more than 5,500 signatures

Following the University of Miami’s decision to move online for the remainder of the spring semester, senior Anuj Shah started a petition on March 17 calling on UM to make a pass/fail grading option due to some of the issues coronavirus is causing for the student body. Less than a couple of days later, it received more than 5,000 signatures.

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