Spring 2021-Welcome!

Welcome Back: Spring Semester 2021

Let’s get it! Let’s GO!

I hope that Winter break was restful and restorative for each of you. Today marks the start of the Spring 2021 semester. For the majority of us, that also means another semester of working and learning virtually. Personally speaking, I empathize with anyone […]

Novel Coronavirus Facts

With cases of Covid-19 rising in NYC, we must all do our part to flatten the curve. Below, find guidance composed by the Centers for Disease Control. An educated, unified approach is a great defense against the novel coronavirus. #maskup #washyourhands #min.6ftapart

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Avoid Midterm Mayhem

In life, there are some situations that creep up on you out of nowhere. Surprising instances where the fight or flight scenario covered in Intro to Bio lectures becomes your reality. I can definitively say, midterms are not one of those circumstances. There‚Äôs this structured guide called a syllabus handed out at the start of […]

Learning Safely

For the last seven months, the novel coronavirus has upended life for people across the world. Sadly, in America alone, COVID-19 accounts for the deaths of over 200,000 individuals. As the global pandemic continues, preparing efficiently for daily college life is integral. The new normal of higher learning also has new meaning for undergraduate and […]