UMD's administration is all too aware of the looming COVID-19 outbreak.
For the sake of graduate instructors, classes need to stay online.
The COVID-19 budget cuts will hit staff without staff’s input.
About 15 percent of undergraduate classes will be in-person.
OUR VIEW: UMD's COVID-19 dashboard paints an incomplete picture of the outbreak.
Students have enough to deal with already. Professors shouldn't assign group projects.
Faculty and staff lives are more important than students’ convenience.
Institutional and personal selfishness will close campus soon.
Editorial cartoon by Haoran Li.