UCLA students and faculty share their anxiety and excitement as they prepare for the transition back to in-person instruction.
Both incoming and returning students anticipate coming back to campus; however, some feel concerned about acclimating socially after more than a year of social distancing.
UCLA professors and students are optimistic about the increased vaccination rates in Los Angeles County, but think minority groups have been disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some UCLA students said they experienced fatigue and struggled with a lack of motivation while isolating and recovering from COVID-19.
Facing the symptoms and isolation of COVID-19 was a shocking experience for Terran Cole, a fourth-year biochemistry student who contracted the virus in January.
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