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As UWB Continue Transition to Online Learning, University Students and Faculty are Facing Challenges Learning How to Adapt

Establishing an academic environment in our personal environment within short notice has profoundly impacted students and faculty in many different ways.… Read More As UWB Continue Transition to Online Learning, University Students and Faculty are Facing Challenges Learning How to Adapt

UWB Students are Having Financing Issues During the Pandemic so UWB has Shown the Way Students Can Solve the Problem

Students who are struggling financially during 2020 can get financial support with the help of UWB programs. Nobody could have prepared for the COVID-19 pandemic or the effects it would have on society at large. Businesses have closed, classes have moved online, and some students find themselves pressured due to loss of funds.… Read More UWB Students are Having Financing Issues During the Pandemic so UWB has Shown the Way Students Can Solve the Problem

UWB Clubs Provide Connection and Comradery During the Stay at Home Order

Student leaders responded to needs for clubs and activities despite having to deliver them online during the quarantine. This forced them to restructure their pre-planned events so that they could continue to support students and maintain social connections.… Read More UWB Clubs Provide Connection and Comradery During the Stay at Home Order

3 Credits is Not Enough: Why UW Should Give Diversity Classes More Importance in Their Curriculum

The University of Washington’s Undergraduate Advising website says that the university requires “all undergraduates to take a minimum of 3 credits, approved by the appropriate school or college, that focus on the socio-cultural, political, and/or economic diversity of the human experience at local, regional, or global levels.”… Read More 3 Credits is Not Enough: Why UW Should Give Diversity Classes More Importance in Their Curriculum

Joe Lollo’s Declassified Self-Quarantine Survival Guide

With the pandemic of COVID-19 showing little signs of letting up, it looks like it could be a while before our lives can go back to normal. Work and school are online, our economic future has the chance of being at risk, and as a result of both of these, having a constant stream of free entertainment has never been more important.… Read More Joe Lollo’s Declassified Self-Quarantine Survival Guide

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