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The University of Washington, Seattle is one of several U.S. campuses that have canceled in-person classes in response to the spread of coronavirus.
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Going to college in a pandemic

What will school be like this fall? We ask a college president and two college students. Plus, the 737 MAX takes a flight. And reporting on how Gonzaga University helped protect priests accused of sexual misconduct.

Individual segments are available in our podcast stream or at www.kuow.org/record.

Gary Locke, Interim President of Bellevue College

Gary Locke is the interim president of Bellevue College. We talk about combating systemic racism on campus and what they're hoping to do this fall as the pandemic continues.

College students in the pandemic

Two student journalists from the University of Washington tell us about what college has been like during the pandemic and what it might be like this fall. Claudia Yaw is the Host of the Wrap Up, a UW podcast. Jake Goldstein-Street is the News editor for the UW Daily.

Eric Johnson, 737 MAX

Ross Reynolds talks to Eric Johnson, aerospace reporter for Reuters, on the 737 MAX's re-certification test flight today.

Emily Schwing, Gonzaga

Ross Reynolds talks to Reveal reporter Emily Schwing about her reporting on Gonzaga University and their protection of priests accused of sexual misconduct.