It’s been a rough few weeks for college students: Zoom crashed on what was the first day of classes for several schools, and, at best, they’re quarantining with terrible food; at worst, their universities are already closing up shop due to COVID outbreaks.

Most of the eight Ivy League schools—in fact, all but one—have chosen to either go fully remote or instate a staggered return to campus. The exception to that is Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

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