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As students adapt to new forms of learning, there has never been a more important time for professors to be understanding of the various needs of their class. While synchronous learning moves to Zoom, the question of how exactly students should be required to use the platform remains up in the air.

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It’s no secret that we all wish things this semester were different. We want to see our friends' faces unobscured by masks, hug each other and be close. We’d rather be in Saint Rob’s, U-Hall or Pereira than be in front of a Zoom screen. We want to cheer on our teams in Gersten, soak up the s…

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The journalist’s job, it is often said, is to document what happens and then write the first draft of history. That is what we strive to do for our readers, with accuracy, responsibility and relevance foremost in our minds. 

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With the increasing occurrence of coronavirus around the globe, fear has escalated. The New York Times reported that as of March 2, more than 90,000 cases of the virus have been reported worldwide, resulting in 3,000 deaths. However, some of the fear that has arisen has been entirely displac…

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