Give Me Liberty, Or Give Me Discounts

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Give Me Liberty, Or Give Me Discounts

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The lone student riding the scooter through the desolate campus represents most students this school year attending UNLV, including me. On June 24, 2020 Governor Sisolak issued a mask mandate that would affect all Nevadans until and was to be followed until notified otherwise. Many of my classes that I was supposed to be in person have been transferred online. As a student, I find it interesting how businesses and organizations must comply with these mandates or they will be heavily fined. I also find it interesting, that UNLV does not lower the attendance cost during a year where almost all classes are solely online. Are these protections from this virus worth sacrificing our liberties pertaining to our education?

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Las Vegas Review Journal

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This item was submitted on October 20, 2020 by Daniel Shina using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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