The entire world is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic not only one or two countries but the entire world has to go through with this time. It’s been approx six months to the college and schools of closing now the US government along with College administration are planning to open the institutions. Colleges have been promising to the students to contain the COVID-19 outbreak.
No Parties, No Trips: Colleges Set COVID-19 Rules
Colleges are planning to halt road trips, keg parties and also outsiders will not be allowed on the campus.
As always there are some people in favour of opening schools and colleges, it is just one side of the coin while the second side of the same coin represents those critics who are in the against of it. They say in today’s time college students doesn’t behave like those typical students. The universities are planning to welcome a few students for now due to the social distancing in COVID-19 pandemic.
They also said if many students misbehave don’t wear the mask, gathers in large number, and don’t make social distancing so there is no use of it.
Sanjali De Silva, Tulane University Senior says “The majority of the students are going to follow social distancing rules and wear masks, and make their groups small. It was also said by Sanjali that it is really terrible that there would be a group of students who wouldn’t practice these rules, it will prove bummer to everyone.
Tulane students have already received the stark warning that can be read as ” Don’t host parties with more than 15, including the host of the party if someone kicks the rule may have to face suspension or expulsion from the institution”. These words were penned in the bold and capital font so that can be read easily and no one goes against it.
The dean of students, Erica Woodley continues to say “Do you really want to be the reason for closing the Tulane and New Orlean once again?”. Many colleges and education institutions have issued some guidelines that should be followed by the students such as The University of Texas at Austin wouldn’t allow parties in or off campus to control the spread of the virus while Amherst College, Massachusetts, also said that people shouldn’t visit out of the campus except in some emergency cases.
Professor of marketing at New York City, Scott Galloway says that people who study in the school and colleges are responsible but if someone isn’t so it will create a problem. When Galloway was asked what will he prefer to do? he said in this pandemic he would give priority to the online classes until the vaccine for the virus is not prepared.