Notre Dame's class suspension may be a cautionary tale for other campuses trying to reopen

CHICAGO — Hours before the University of Notre Dame suspended in-person classes to quell a growing COVID-19 outbreak among students, Clay Goldman walked into a campus testing center that didn’t have enough chairs for everyone awaiting results. Goldman, a first-year law student, went to the center inside Notre Dame’s famed football stadium Tuesday afternoon because three of his track teammates contracted the virus, and he worried he’d been exposed. But booking an appointment wasn’t easy. The university’s sole testing site has been inundated since students returned in early August, identifying a to...


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