The Guardsman asked five City College community members how they feel about in-person classes returning. They were asked a follow up question about their feelings about Zoom classes being terminated.
While the college remained mostly online in Fall 2021, about 20% of courses on the course schedule were in-person. For Spring 2022, currently 25% of offered courses will be in-person.
It’s been said that absence makes the heart grow fonder. The women’s basketball team couldn’t relate more. Their return to campus has been one year in the making.
A profile of writer and director Ciani Rey Walker and her award-winning film “Misfits.”
In a seven-hour session the Board of Trustees approved the new budget for the next school year but discussion over numerous uncertainties came front and center; particularly the Student Success Center, funds redistribution, and again more class cuts.
Some campus classes have partially reopened on City College campuses with strict health sanitation rules in place. E-mails have been sent to students affected by the campus partial reopening by their instructors.
Students and faculty are anything but happy with the new Banner 9 maintenance of the Ellucian system for registration and are demanding that all glitches straightened out so that classes can go forward online.
The COVID-19 crisis has pushed much of our academic and social lives onto the internet. Modern technology is invaluable in this moment, but comes with privacy and security risks as well.
As all public meetings move online, the Board of Trustees will field public comments and questions in a Town Hall via Zoom at 6 p.m. on April 7.