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We are living in times so tumultuous and uncertain that it would be challenging to respond in writing at each convulsion. Notwithstanding this, I want to take a moment to address the violent protest in Washington, DC yesterday that aimed to disrupt the electoral process and the peaceful transfer of power.
Watch performances by BC’s student musicians and actors during hybrid learning here.
Students are learning about historical and contemporary Native American culture.
Michael Callan M. ‘21 to play baseball for Seton Hall University.
As we head into the final weeks before Winter Break, the administrative team has been hard at work parsing adjustments to the schedule for our anticipated mid-January return to campus and the continuation of hybrid learning.
As we resume on-campus classes this week, we will continue our surveillance testing program, which is designed to detect COVID-19 should it emerge in the community while allowing us to respond to any positive cases with targeted quarantining and contact tracing intended to mitigate the spread of the virus.
Like you, I am watching carefully as positive test rates for COVID-19 rise in parts of our region and I would like to take a moment to share our current thinking around the continuation of in-person learning as well as the factors that might precipitate a pivot back to fully remote instruction.
Asa K. ‘22 named a fiction winner in the Scribe Writing Contest.