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Majority of AB programs eye limited F2F; some students disappointed

Majority of AB programs eye limited F2F; some students disappointed

Issues
MOST OF the programs under the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) intend to conduct limited in-person classes in the coming term, drawing disappointment from students pushing for full onsite learning.  The University has announced that the enriched virtual mode is still the “default mode” of learning instruction for this term.  However, academic units were allowed to decide on the learning modality they would adopt. Of the 13 AB programs, nine are planning to hold face-to-face classes this term namely Journalism, Behavioral Science, Communication Arts, Creative Writing, Economics, English Language Studies, History, Literature and Sociology.  Three other programs, namely Asian Studies, Legal Management and Philosophy intend to apply for in-person learning next term. The Politi...