In-person lectures are back & here's what they look like

Andrew Mrozowski
February 2, 2022
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C/O Ollie Take, Contributor

As of Jan. 31, most level one classes have returned to in-person

On Jan. 31, McMaster restarted in-person lectures, focusing on the level one cohort.

"All level-one undergraduate courses will be in person giving students who have had limited opportunity to interact and spend time on campus the opportunity to adjust," wrote McMaster President David Farrar and Provost Susan Tighe on McMaster's COVID-19 website.

It's no secret that students have been on the fence whether or not they want to return to in-person classes.

The r/McMaster sub-Reddit has been a place of contention for many, sharing their criticisms of the University, their stresses of going back to in-person activities, or sharing why they are excited to go back.

The Silhouette has obtained photos of what students can expect to see when they get back into the classroom.

As you can tell, classes have definitely returned to pre-pandemic levels of normal.

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  • Andrew Mrozowski

    Andrew has worked his way up the ranks. As Executive Editor of the Silhouette, he strives to ensure the Silhouette is giving a platform to marginalized communities or voices that need to be amplified. When he's not managing the paper's business side, he's likely out adventuring somewhere...yes, that's very Hobbit-esque, we know.

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