By CBSBoston.com Staff

BOSTON (CBS) – Some students at Boston University return to in-person classes this week, despite pushback from some.

More than 150 teachers, staff and students at the School of Public Health are demanding their graduate courses be held online.

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Boston University says they’ve put all necessary safety measures in place.

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But some students are still hesitant to head back.

“Yes, I’d love to be in classroom, I love the face to face time, but safety is my priority right now,” said student Dani Brooks.

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The Boston Herald reported the school has already denied the group’s petition for online-only classes to start the semester.

CBSBoston.com Staff