To make your online experience more pleasant and easier to survive, I have compiled two fast yet delicious snacks that allow you to treat yourself between Zoom classes or to just enjoy whenever you want during the day.
This summer I was making a cheese board and had a total craving for pimento cheese.
Really, sometimes the easiest way to go about these situations is to not go about it.
While at home, I felt a certain amount of unhappiness and discontent from the absence of the social experience that I’d normally expect at the start of a semester.
As the school year progresses and workloads begin to pile up, students are starting to feel the toll of virtual learning, especially that of Zoom fatigue — the impediment of information processing due to an overuse of virtual conferencing technology that diminishes non-verbal communication learning
Here are some of my personal go-to suggestions for a little change of scenery after a two-and-a-half hour torture session — I mean, virtual class.
Along with many other important lessons highlighted during COVID-19, the forward-thinking minds of my peers prove that U.Va. Twitter is a powerhouse and truly a force to be reckoned with.
Often described as a staple of the University’s Corner, Littlejohn’s Delicatessen on University Avenue has a base of dedicated, long-time patrons who are rallying behind the efforts to keep it alive.
While the return to Grounds is, for many students, a long-awaited escape from home and a hopeful promise that things will soon return to normal, the reality is less exciting for those who are confronted with personal health challenges.