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No fun, no sex, and Zoom: the misery of the Covid campus

1 September 2020

4:12 PM

1 September 2020

4:12 PM

Usually I can’t wait for the start of a new term at university. But not this year. When students return, the rules are clear: no fun, no sex, lots of screen time – and the same high fees.

A number of universities – including Cambridge – have said all lectures will be online-only until next summer.

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Lois Heslop is studying physics at Oxford


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