Undergrad students will be allowed to convert their grades for the spring 2020 semester to pass/no pass effective immediately, according to an all-student email sent out by President Miaoulis on March 27. Students have until June 1 to choose which classes they’d like to convert.
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- Student Senate and Inter-Class Council election results
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Changing to online courses has been a leap into uncharted waters for students, professors and staff alike. We are all in this together as the reality of our world changes, but this doesn't make anything easier.
“We have some great news this morning!! Here are the plans for our new gym floor! We have begun a complete sand and refinish that will include an entire rebranding with all of our new logos!”
Many times when we go through certain experiences, we feel alone. We believe no one has gone through the same thing or felt the same way. With many individuals experiencing isolation and self-quarantine because of the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s nice to know we aren’t the only ones being affecte…
Due to COVID-19, this semester was not how I thought it was going to be, but I know we’re all in the same boat. On Jan. 8, I left my suburban Massachusetts town to study abroad in Athens, Greece. On March 13, I returned home — two months before I was supposed to.