Marian University students talk coronavirus impact


Jacob McGhee-Waddy, Writer

FOND DU LAC, Wis. (Sabre Voice) - The first semester of the schoolyearis coming to an end. Prior to arriving on campus and beginning in-person classes,there wereuncertaintiesthat camewiththe pandemic. 

Some students had a lot of opinions when it came to comingon campus and having in-person, hybrid, andonline classes. TheSabre Voiceaskedanumber ofstudents about how the first semester has gone for them, here is what they had to say: 


Ireally don’t letCOVID-19 stuff get inmy way anymore, just something we have to deal withbeing a human living in the world.” 


“Althoughclasses arekind a difficult to maneuver around right now and get a grasp of what the class is about, I don’t mind theprocess we have to go through right now cause it’s justanotherobstacle around me right now.” 

LoganLange, sophomore 

“Since I am a sophomoreand thewhole coronavirus and class situations are very new or old to me, I have no problem with thecurrent class situation that we are in.”