An Ivy League school said it will reopen campus this fall based on 'counterintuitive' evidence that doing so will actually lead to fewer coronavirus infections than a fully remote semester
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Cornell University

More colleges are opting to entertain in-person classes this fall, even as the number of coronavirus cases soars.

Cornell University plans to welcome students back to its Ithaca, New York campus on September 2, University President Martha Pollack announced in a June 30 statement.

The decision, according to Pollack, was largely based on a mathematical modeling study conducted by Cornell researchers that found "counterintuitive" evidence that it is safer to reopen campus, as...

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