Bookstore sees significant delays, off-campus students and dance orgs press ahead during a COVID-era semester

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A student walks past the Emerson College Barnes & Noble.

 

Today on the 172 Review, host Sophia Boyce talks to Alec Klusza to discuss issues within the college’s textbook ordering process that persist over halfway through the semester. Maximo Aguilar Lawlor delves into how off-campus students are navigating the semester, and Drew Ascione looks into how dance organizations have been affected by COVID-19 guidelines.

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