After 2 years of COVID-19, local colleges optimistic in getting back to normal

SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY, like many other local colleges and universities, have updated their COVID-19 policies going into this fall semester where they are less strict than this time last year. / COURTESY SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY
SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY, like many other local colleges and universities, have updated their COVID-19 policies going into this fall semester where they are less strict than this time last year. / COURTESY SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE – Could this academic year finally see almost complete normalcy on local college campuses for the first time in more than two years? Some Rhode Island-based college officials feel that way. Last fall, full campuses became the norm across the Ocean State once again after the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted all aspects of life in…

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