University of Colorado Boulder students can expect a smoother and more social spring semester, university leaders said in a community town hall Friday, because the campus is responding to issues that made for a rocky fall.

CU Boulder’s fall semester has been marked by upheaval as surging coronavirus cases caused public health officials to enact no-gathering orders and students and faculty had to switch to all remote learning.

Not having a traditional spring break is an effort to prevent a…

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