Advocates hope to increase screening after a decline induced by the pandemic which largely impacted women of color.
The start of the pandemic evaporated internship and job opportunities, but the market is returning to where it once was.
“We have an opportunity to learn what’s working and where we can improve,” Gina Whisenant, USC’s waste and recycling supervisor, said.
The quick return to in-person learning leads faculty and staff to air their grievances in statements and Instagram posts.
Long lines outside of testing facilities and glitches in daily symptom assessments plague the university’s COVID-19 safety policy.