Students walk across the campus of Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y. (Jupiterimages/Getty Images)

With virtually all students vaccinated, Cornell continues to act like it’s still March 2020.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T he college student in the age of the coronavirus is used to putting up with quite a bit: regular surveillance testing, vaccine (and now booster) mandates, mask mandates, remote classes, restrictions on social gatherings, the cancellation of university events and traditions. At the beginning of the pandemic, most students, myself included, were willing to accept these burdens, owing to the real risk Covid posed. However, now that we have vaccines, campus restrictions have taken on an increasingly absurd character — ruining the college experience in a (failed) attempt to control a virus that poses minimal risk to students. Indeed, all

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