This is the best time to experiment with new recipes and find new ways to incorporate all the healthy fruits and vegetables that our diets tend to sorely lack during the school year.
If the human race has learned anything over the past year or so, it’s that we need to be flexible.
With J-term courses online this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, students in two classes collaborated virtually with community-based organizations in South Africa.
In a lot of ways, I feel like the strong, independent woman that my mom wants me and my sisters to be. However, there are still so many things that I get nervous doing.
While a normal academic year already fosters a stressful environment that can negatively impact students’ mental well-being, the COVID-19 pandemic undeniably took an even greater toll on their mental health — particularly considering the adoption of social-isolation measures and a transition to virtual classes for many students.
If you’re not from "NoVa" and have never had the opportunity to have Moo Thru, you’re in luck — Moo Thru is now available in Charlottesville at the new Dairy Market on Grady Avenue.
I know I can’t be the only one who has occasionally gotten bored over this longer-than-usual winter break. So I’ve been searching for an activity that consumes my mind so that I don’t realize the time is passing.
Making it through every day of 2020 was a significant accomplishment, and everyone deserves to be proud of themselves and everything we’ve made it through.
This semester was characterized by potential exposures to COVID-19, unprecedented learning formats and overall a very different college experience than past semesters. Students learned to rely on their neighbors, friends and family for the support they needed.
Here I am thinking back on how I’ve spent my 2020, and I really don’t know what I could have done differently.
To make your first socially distant Friendsgiving more enjoyable, I highly recommend making a charcuterie board.