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California State University plans to cancel most in-person classes and go online this fall
A student flies a kite trains in a quad near Royce Hall on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles on Wednesday, May 13, 2020. California State University, the nation's largest four-year college system, plans to cancel most in-person classes in the fall and instead offer instruction primarily online, Chancellor Timothy White announced Tuesday. The vast majority of classes across the 23-campus Cal State system will be taught online, White said, with some limited exceptions that allow for in-person activity. "Our university, when open without restrictions and fully in person is a place where over 500,000 people come together in close and vibrant proximity," White said at a meeting of Cal State's Board of Trustees. "That approach sadly just isn't in the cards now." Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI

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California State University plans to cancel most in-person classes and go online this fall
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