Online classes remain challenging for Jewish students
By Mark Choy
After a year of online classes, many Jewish students at this university still feel that the online experience is not up to par with in-person learning. Halfway through the second full semester of "Zoom learning," many Jewish students are feeling the difference — and not for the better.
Jewish students flock to specific university courses
By Lexi Sugar
BSCI170: Principles of Molecular & Cellular Biology and ENES140: Discovering New Ventures: Foundations in Entrepreneurship are two courses that are offered at this university. It is a little known fact that many Jewish students are supposedly enrolled in or have previously taken both of ...
Take advantage of interesting Gen-Eds: advice from a rising senior
By Jacob Schaperow, editor-in-chief, @jschap1
With course registration coming up, it is time to set up advising meetings and print those four-year plans. However, there is another crucial component of course registration — talking to your friends about which electives to take. Of course, if you do not have any friends, or if you just want ...