Evelyn McDonnell says she never again wants to teach in ‘Zoom university.’ But, she learned how to make her future in-person courses even better than before.
Journalism, already under siege, has been emaciated by the pandemic, but two young alumni are adapting to the field’s post-COVID-19 future.
A cost of the pandemic is loss of touch — bodily, physical contact. Brian Treanor says he’s learned again about “the richness of the tactile world.”
The Spirit in the Pandemic
If we’ve constrained the movement of the Holy Spirit within our churches’ walls on Sunday, Jason Sexton suggests, then perhaps our virtual gatherings have offered a vision of the Spirit unloosed.
The Laws of Dance
The compression of movement has become a symbol of the pandemic. If dance is a compressed art on our computer screens, we may value more the theaters and environments where space and human motion intersect.
COVID and Careers
The virus has reshaped the economy, the job search and how employers seek employees. Branden Grimmett reflects on what career development means now and post-pandemic.
Ingenuity Amid Crisis
The pandemic has thrown another harsh light on barriers to equity in K-12 education. If this era teaches us to address those inequities, suggests Ernesto Colín, we will have learned a valuable lesson.
The Entrepreneurial Challenge
What was true pre-pandemic and is true in mid-pandemic will be true in the aftermath: a bedrock quality of good entrepreneurs is the ability to adapt to changing circumstances, says David Choi.
Connection Remains Recruitment’s Bedrock
Despite the impact of the coronavirus on all areas of university life — especially one-to-one interaction, communication, says Ashley Armstrong, remains at the heart of athletic recruitment.