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As Some US College Students Party, Others Report Them

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Some college students in the United States are doing something that was once unheard of—reporting other students who attend parties.

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Many schools are barring parties and some other social gatherings in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. They are also requiring social distancing and face masks, among other rules.

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At the University of Missouri, one senior-year student is publishing pictures and videos on a "University of Misery" Twitter account. The images show students gathered in large groups at swimming pools, outside bars and other places. Most of the students are seen without masks.

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The university has a form on its website where violations of the school's COVID-19 rules can be anonymously reported. But the University of Missouri senior says that publishing such information on Twitter "adds a different level of accountability."

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Christian Basi is a spokesman for the university, which is in the city of Columbia and has about 30,000 students.

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He said students have been good about following rules during the day when they are on campus广东快乐十分. But, problems happen once students leave campus.

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广东快乐十分"Where we're seeing our issues have been off campus, when individuals go home to their private residences," Basi said.

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On Tuesday, the University of Missouri said in a statement that it had expelled two students and suspended three others. The actions were taken following violations of the school's coronavirus-related rules.

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广东快乐十分Some schools, like the University of Miami, in Florida, are paying students to enforce COVID-19 rules.

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At that school, 75 "public health ambassadors" are making $10 an hour to walk around campus and make sure people are wearing masks and social distancing. Reports of serious rule-breaking can be sent to university administrators.

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Austin Pert is one of the public health ambassadors. The senior student said people generally follow his orders.

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But Pert noted the program has its limits. Most violations do not take place during the day on university grounds.

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广东快乐十分"If people want to flout the rules and put social distancing aside for a night to go party, it's not happening on campus," Pert said.

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广东快乐十分Critics say having in-person learning during a pandemic was a mistake.

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Ryan Craig is a higher education advisor and businessman. He said it was foolish to think that college students would follow social distancing and masking requirements.

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"These are college students," Craig added. "They are going to do what they want to do."

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广东快乐十分At Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, administrators saw an Instagram poll last month. It found that more than 100 incoming freshmen said they planned to party.

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The student running the account voluntarily gave administrators the identities of the poll-takers. Those students then received a letter warning that partying could result in punishment up to expulsion, a university spokeswoman said.

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广东快乐十分Nearby Boston University has received about 125 anonymous reports of violations.

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广东快乐十分Ed Kellermann, a Boston University senior, said he would anonymously report a party if he heard about one. He called it a matter of "life or death" for Boston locals who live near campus.

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Kellermann said reporting parties also increases the chances of completing the school year on university grounds.

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Kellermann said, "No one wants to get sent home."

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