Revolt student at the University. Students from all over Spain rebel against the imposition by most universities of face-to-face exams after having passed the first semester in a blended study modality in the best of cases and just as the country suffers the third wave of COVID and another of cold. In some universities, such as the one in Granada (UGR), it so happens that students have not been in the classroom since October, but now they will have to go to the exam. “It is incongruous and irresponsible: online classes, but face-to-face exams,” summarizes Hada Martínez, spokesperson for the Student Union Union (USE) and a student at the UGR.