Taking classes online is hard, and remote learning has thrown many of us off-balance and into unpredictable situations.
Don’t get me wrong, an online class is much different than an in-person one.
Created in 2018 and adapted virtually in 2019, the tour continues to educate the public and inform change on the City's evolving historic landscape.
The University’s women-led CIOs have created welcoming communities that are working hard to combat the gendered stigmas and barriers that women face in academics, the workplace and in their personal lives.
Maybe you're feeling down, lonely or sad this Valentine’s Day, and that’s okay — you are certainly not alone.
Whether it’s missing our favorite comfort foods or celebrating the Lunar New Year with family, we’ve decided to share a few recipes to cure both problems.
Amid such emotional experiences, empathy for patients has stayed important for University hospital workers.
Movements are stronger with mass participation and support — it’s our responsibility to fight the battles of this generation.
Some members of the Greek community find benefits to an online recruitment process, as COVID-19 presents unique and challenging obstacles.
The first time you experience something is never quite the same as the second or third time. The exhilaration and excitement I felt in this particular moment will go unmatched.
While it’s tough to shake off this unwavering feeling that everyone around me is leading better lives, it’s important that I learn to do so.
I am not pretending to believe that this new administration will be able to solve all of the nation’s problems and catapult us into some shiny utopian future, but at times it may just be appropriate to celebrate the little things.
My disillusionment with the U.S. did not start on the day of the Capitol insurrections.