The following article was published in the September 3rd edition of the Keene Sentinel.
RINDGE — A total of 10 Franklin Pierce University students have tested positive for COVID-19 since they began returning to campus on Aug. 16, but that's not necessarily a surprise to the school leaders.
"Nothing has rocked us back on our heels or made us think that we didn’t have a good response to it," university President Kim Mooney said in an interview Wednesday.
That's in large part because Franklin Pierce's reopening plan has worked well, according to Dean of Student Affairs Andrew Pollom.
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