Anil Oza is a junior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, where he studies biological sciences and science communication. He is the assistant managing editor on the 139th editorial board and was the Science Editor on the 138th editorial board. He can be reached at [email protected]
As Cornell students now navigate both in-person and online final exams, cases have skyrocketed to a record-high 469 active student cases on campus — the highest number of positives on the Ithaca campus since the start of the pandemic.
In this episode of Suncast, Emma and Anil break down why it’s important to get a flu vaccine and how the University handled the COVID-19 outbreak at the start of the semester, featuring an undergraduate student, a Ph.D. student and Prof. Beth Rhoades, immunology. Aimee Eicher ‘24 and Kaitlyn Lee ‘25 contributed reporting to this episode. https://open.spotify.com/episode/1IgUK6zKc0PWcgWbNnnv50?si=UAjA7PD4TyO4YzEtBT0wYQ
E: Welcome to another episode of the Cornell Daily Sun’s official podcast, Suncast. In this episode, Anil and I will be revisiting COVID on campus, talking to students about their experience in quarantine and university support, protective immunity, and comparing the COVID vaccine to the annual flu vaccine, as well as going into how the flu shot works. I’m your co-host, Emma Rosenbaum, and I’m a senior editor on The Sun. A: And I’m the other co host, Anil, and I am The Sun’s assistant managing editor.
Tara Atluri ’24 was a sophomore in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who had a “deep love for plants and nature,” CALS Dean Benjamin Houlton wrote to the CALS community, and Ryan Lombardi, vice president for student and campus life, later wrote in a University statement Monday evening.