With the novel coronavirus bringing much of American life to a standstill, Boston College has now been practicing remote learning for weeks. Although classes have only been moved online for the remainder of the semester, students have already begun to wonder if they will be able to return to Chestnut Hill for the fall semester.
Applied psychology practicums and pre-practicums—on-the-job education classes for Lynch School of Education and Human Development students—for elementary and secondary education will be suspended for the rest of the semester.
Copy chief Haley Hockin examines the music behind assistant magazine editor Anna Lonnquists’ headphones.
“I found that it was a great way to deepen the connections I was making with people and also the stories we were able to tell. There’s a real connection that can be paid through an audio story.”
“When I’m trying to decide which direction of research we should go to as a lab, I always ask myself, ‘What are the most important problems that humankind are facing?’”
Michael Witmore, the seventh and current director of the Folger Shakespeare Library, which holds the world’s largest collection of the playwright’s works, connected William Shakespeare’s plays to civil society in his Wednesday Lowell Humanity Series lecture.