Back in May, Provost Karine Moe announced that both semesters during the 2020-2021 school year would be split into two 7.5 week modules in which students took only two classes at a time. Just as the new system and online learning has been difficult for students this semester, professors have […]

As a majority of colleges opened their campuses this semester for some level of in-person instruction, they tweaked their academic calendars, streamlining the schedule to limit how often students travel to and from school. The resulting plan for almost every school in the country is a semester that either ends […]

Miranda Cyr, Las Cruces Sun-News Published 2:56 p.m. MT March 19, 2021 | Updated 4:08 p.m. MT March 19, 2021 CLOSE Buy Photo Much of the New Mexico State University campus sits quiet after all classes were transitioned to fully online due to the COVID-19 pandemic in this Sun-News file […]

Natalie Aronno is attending UC Irvine remotely to study dance. (Christina House/Los Angeles Times) Part of a year-end series revisiting subjects of some of our most popular arts articles of the year. For freshman starting college this fall, COVID-19 upended their education, as some colleges closed their campuses and offered […]

The University of Missouri delivered on its promise of an on-campus experience for the fall semester, students and officials said, but they also acknowledged a need for adjustments during the pandemic and room for improvement. The semester ends this coming Friday. Professors have shown a lot of flexibility with students, said Frannie […]

Students and educators across Florida return to classes today, after a week (in most cases) away from what has proven a trying and complicated school year during the time of coronavirus. The break might not have been as restful as they might have hoped, after the state Department of Education […]

Since the beginning of fall semester, clubs have been finding ways to make the most of events they are able to host despite the limitations posed by virtual programming, at times being forced to move away entirely from their traditional events. Although the University slowly began allowing in-person events on […]