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Using one-way hallways and perhaps rotating which students are required to attend class, officials at the University of New Mexico are brainstorming ways to hold classes in the fall.
Administrators on UNM’s main campus and the chancellor of the Health Sciences Center are assuming that in-person classes will resume in the fall. But they said during virtual meetings this week that much will depend on city and state public health orders.
“We have to align with the state and the city,” Provost James Holloway said during a regents committee meeting Thursday. “We can’t get ahead of them.”