The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically altered life for West Virginia University students and their families, many of whom are unsure how they will afford food, housing and education costs in the coming months.
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- Morgantown-area businesses donate facemasks to WVU Medicine
- No in-person classes through summer, Gee announces in letter praising WVU community's COVID-19 response
- WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute and Oura Health unveil study to predict the outbreak of COVID-19 in healthcare professionals