Washington University concluded the semester’s first two weeks of online classes Friday, marking the first time most courses have been fully remote since Spring 2021. For many students, the return to remote learning signified a rocky start to the semester.
Remote learning can be challenging, but it’s important to stay productive and engaged to set a good tone for the rest of the semester. Here are five tips to help you survive.
The Student Life arts and entertainment editors explain how they are covering the return to in-person events this semester.
As an international student living on campus during the early months of the pandemic, I felt very isolated. Creating “Millions Like Us” pulled me away from the “self-quarantine” confines of my own dorm and connected me with other Chinese international students who shared the journey with me.
All I want right now is to be a fan among many at Wash. U. sporting events. To have something to care about, and other people to share it with.
Individual players have been limited to masked shooting and non-contact practices, and it is still uncertain whether men’s or women’s basketball will be able to practice with contact, yet alone play against other teams.
COVID-19 quarantine brought isolation and prevented student-athletes from accessing typical training materials. How did they cope with it?
For many public school families in the greater St. Louis area, the announcement that learning would transition into a mostly online format was met with a mixed response. On one hand, a seemingly never-ending pandemic deserves a socially distanced approach. On the other hand, students, especially younger children, were expected to break all sorts of […]
In this week’s episode of Editor’s Note, Multimedia Editor junior Jaden Satenstein talks to news reporter freshman Clara Richards and Senior News Editor junior Ted Moskal about what we know so far about the spring semester.
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