When stress starts to overwhelm, the companionship of a pet can provide comfort and clarity. News Assistant Reagan Phillips shares the joys of evening walks with an overexcited golden retriever.
Despite a closed campus and restricted civic activities, some first-year students sought to replicate as much of the college experience as COVID-19 allowed. Several first-years describe the experience of navigating leases, living away from home and seeking community.
Interfraternity Council officials said their organizations overcame unique challenges to deliver a surprisingly successful virtual spring recruitment. Through Instagram and Zoom, fraternities and sororities formed fellowship with their new members.
As students begin another semester of online instruction, many are forced to adapt their ambitions to fit the parameters of the virtual classroom. The challenges of remote instruction forced some to recommitment to their academic priorities.