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UNR faculty, students question full return to in-person learning as Omicron surges

The new reality presented by the Omicron variant has tested every facet of the university apparatus and strained relationships between some faculty and administrators. 


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Indy Q+A: How COVID changed fashion

As more and more people were stuck indoors because of the pandemic, many traded in their suits and ties, high heels and blazers, for yoga pants, slippers and high school reunion T-shirts with mustard stains. And if you had a Zoom meeting, say hello to boxers on the bottom and a button-up shirt on top. 

Lawmakers approve $20 million for COVID antibody treatments

Julia Peek, a deputy administrator in the Division of Public and Behavioral Health, told members of the Interim Finance Committee that the funding would be used to serve approximately 1,100 patients per week through freestanding treatment centers.

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