Ta’Leah Van Sistine Reviews A Year Of COVID-19 At UW-Eau Claire

Inside Eau Claire reporter reflects on recent coverage


Mitch Pettijohn

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It’s been over a year since the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire suspended in-person classes due to COVID-19. On March 12, 2020 many students at the university found themselves moving back home and learning online.

University officials are now hopeful and planning for things on campus to go back to “normal” in the fall. While students hope this is the case, they are unsure what “normal” will look like.

Today I am speaking with student-reporter, Ta’Leah Van Sistine.