Officials with Syracuse University have taken action against 23 students who broke the school's COVID-19 return to campus guidelines.

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In a letter issued to the Syracuse University community, both the Dean of Students and the Chief of Public Safety said several students have been suspended for violating the Student stay Safe pledge.

Based on last night’s events and other related behaviors and actions that were in violation of the Code of Student Conduct and the Stay Safe Pledge, 23 students have received interim suspensions.

The letter also stated that the investigation into the party on the Quad will continue.

Several students uploaded photos and videos to social media.


According to the school, students must wear a mask or face covering at all times, maintain 6 feet of distance between individuals—always, no exceptions, and gather with no more than 25 people in a single space and only if your space allows 6 feet of distance between each person.

You can read the "stay Safe Pledge" that students have to agree to HERE.


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