By: Porsche Fellers In March, my boyfriend and I were meeting my family in California for spring break. It was the first vacation I had taken in a long time because I had worked every weekend that semester. Suddenly I got an email from the University of Arizona (UArizona) extending spring break by one week […]
Educational Opportunity Opened the Doors to My Future. We Must Champion Equity So That All Students Have the Chance to Thrive.
By Dr. Richard Daniel Looking back on the educational upheaval caused by the pandemic – and ahead to an uncertain future for schools, colleges, and universities – one thing is clear. The ways in which this crisis has affected the entire education continuum and severely burdened students, families, and educators. The educational crisis has been […]
By: Carmen De Alba Cardenas Homework, deadlines, jobs, internships, family responsibilities, extracurricular activities and a pandemic. Coronavirus (COVID-19) became another obstacle college students had to tackle in their daily lives. When the pandemic hit, many things stopped but not higher-ed. In a matter of a few weeks, college students, including myself, were expected to be […]