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Bringing a pair of skates out of the locker, Keiko Marshall was rejuvenated to be back in the arena. Chuckling during the practice, her tensed emotions were relieved. Even underneath her mask, you could feel her excitement with her bright eyes. As a figure skater, she was not able to appear on the ice for a long time until the start of February.
Ryerson University may return to fully in-person learning soon, but some students are concerned whether they will fall behind if they were to get sick.
As Ontario universities and colleges continue to operate online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many students feel their education is lessening in quality while fees stay stagnant.