The university is anticipating a return to normal operations in the fall semester.
A year of online classes has impacted some students' mental health on top of having the burden of full tuition.
Some students at this university have used creative outlets to cope with the stress they faced as a result of the pandemic and online learning.
Some educators worry the school system's plans are insufficient.
Students are instructed to restrict their activities and stay in their rooms as much as possible.
Pines expects the majority of the campus community will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine before the semester starts.
Students aren't getting enough information about how this semester is holding up to past academic standards.
University President Darryll Pines has said the university will not return to the pass/fail system this semester.
After an entirely remote summer, members were grateful to make music again with their peers.