FIU spring semester to offer more in-person classes (includes video story)

As the fall semester ends, schools began transitioning to a different style for the spring. They have carefully followed CDC guidelines to ensure a safe and smooth transition for people to return to the university and have done their best to accommodate everyone in this difficult situation. 

Both students and faculty have been affected as schools have limited the number of people allowed on campus. This led many students to stay at home instead of going back to school.

While this has been tough for students, faculty members have worked tirelessly to find the best way to ensure safety for those still going to the university. 

FIU Provost Kenneth Furton said that the university will be offering more in-person classes but will still enforce social distancing on campus. The number of in-person classes is still low compared to what it used to be, but this is a step forward. The university will look to build from there. 

Fabien Lafontant is a broadcast media student currently pursuing his bachelor’s degree. He is very passionate about sports and hopes to work in sports media.

Yuselys Solis is a broadcast journalism student minoring in psychology and marketing. She is passionate about latino issues, but hopes to one day be an entertainment on-air talent.

Vanessa Maldonado is a senior broadcast journalism student at FIU. She was born and raised in Miami, Florida. Her passion for broadcast journalism began at the age of 10, when she realized she enjoyed writing and expressing herself. Vanessa looks forward to graduating and continuing her education into grad school.