Tuesday's town hall was meant to foster a “cathartic and therapeutic medium.”
Students living in on-campus housing will participate in a COVID-19 training and awareness program.
There will be reduced capacity in dorms, and courses with over 50 students will likely be held partially online.
In-store retail shopping will also be allowed to resume.
“Stop writing statements and sending out ‘thoughts and prayers,’” one asked of the university.
He continued to speak out against racism up until his death.
Experts say this trend isn't reassuring.
The board’s budget committee voted on a recommendation to cancel its school resource officer contract with the county police and all municipal police.
The business school saw the highest increase in summer class enrollment per class, according to a Diamondback analysis.
The march was organized by two Annapolis High School students.