Penn Staters Both Relieved & Concerned By Spring Semester Return To Campus

Sidewalk Intersection With Students Crossing

Many Penn Staters were relieved Thursday evening by the university’s decision to begin the spring semester in person as previously planned.

However, the announcement ultimately led to mixed emotions, as some are worried about locally high COVID-19 hospitalizations and the omicron variant’s growing dominance.

Naturally, Penn Staters took to Twitter to share their thoughts. Here are some of the highlights.

Other Penn Staters voiced their concerns over the university’s decision amid high case numbers at Mount Nittany Medical Center, Centre County’s only hospital.

Either way, see you in two weeks, folks.

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