In a time where we have all been asked to balance safety and socializing, perhaps no one has felt the strain of this task more than the University’s freshmen.
Watching TV isn’t a true substitute for live entertainment, and I’ve found myself missing that more and more.
The Student Life Editorial Board urges students to utilize these virtual office hours this semester.
Within their Zoom boxes, actors convey their characters, often brilliantly, through their voice, facial expressions and a few gestures that can be seen from the chest up.
The Performing Arts Department’s dance program faces the unique dilemma of trying to teach an intimate, physical discipline while keeping students’ safety the top priority.
As I am “waiting for the host to start this meeting,” I am preparing for an interview.
Washington University will begin to refund housing and dining balances on a prorated basis, raising several questions regarding additional refunds and forms of compensation for students.
A major part of staying sane during this crisis is to retain some sense of normalcy.
Despite the closure of campus, many of Wash. U.’s student dance groups are attempting to keep in contact and keep dancing.
With the shutdown of campus due to coronavirus, Washington University student groups have had to cancel programming and figure out how to move forward with their organizations in an off campus capacity.
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