Former U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona, who now heads the campus s Reentry Task Force, discusses how the university has spent the last few months preparing to offer in-person classes next month. Lorraine Rivera also hears from UA Athletic Director Dave Heeke (he-kee) about how the department intends to let sports continue while protecting student athletes from the virus. We also hear from UA School of Journalism professor Celeste Gonzalez de Bustamante who s part of the Coalition for Academic Justice. The group includes students, faculty and staff and has publicly criticized the university’s furlough plan. Tony Paniagua reports on how international students are affected by additional mandates implemented by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Finally, Arizona Board of Regent Chair Larry Penley explains how the state’s public university system as a whole is adapting to challenges brought on by the pandemic.