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Monday, March 23, 2020

KQED NEWS (SAN FRANCISCO) -- Aaron Borunda, a senior at San Francisco State University, said he'd been looking forward to this spring semester for his whole college career. He'd gotten past his core classes and could now take more advanced ones.

But ever since SFSU postponed graduation and shifted classes online on March 9, that excitement has drained. As a broadcast and communications arts major, most of his classes are almost impossible to do anymore, he said, since they normally would involve setting up video equipment and filming people.