Texas college students confront anxiety, apathy as another pandemic semester begins

Wednesday, January 19, 2022
2 Houston

For a lot of Texas college students, last fall was a brief oasis from the pandemic’s disruptions. In-person classes returned and with them, a small sense of normalcy, compared to the start of the pandemic two years ago. But then the highly contagious omicron variant emerged and with it, a sense of dread for college and university students, including some who are now watching as their fifth semester becomes another casualty of the ongoing pandemic.

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