Michayla Robertson-Pine '22 and her friend found themselves frustrated with college online learning, so they created a remote, community-oriented program with the intent of spreading joyful learning during the COVID-19 pandemic for school-aged children.
As a result of an assignment from Professor Fred Cohan's course, Global Change and Infectious Disease, more than 25 students have had their work published in newspapers across the US – many citing the University’s COVID-19 safety protocols.
“Once again, we in higher education must recommit to encouraging the kind of democratic practice that is fully in sync with the goals of liberal education...”
President Michael Roth '78 shares his reaction to yesterday’s events in Washington: fal.cn/3cBB9
Despite the many challenges, each member of our hard-working, committed, courageous Cardinal community played a part this semester in keeping our campus safe, vibrant, and accessible—an achievement worth recognizing as we reflect on the past year. Thank you for your efforts.
Each year, Pauline Frommer ’88 and her team at Frommer’s publish a list of the best places to visit for the coming year. With travel still discouraged, the writers took a different approach: naming spots Americans should get to know.
Read the full list: fal.cn/3cuQZ
ICYMI: For an entire month, Michael Gittes ’10 worked on a project “Strangers to No One” – which involved painting 1,800 flowers that he donated to the Interfaith Medical Center in New York City to show his appreciation for frontline health care workers.