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Challenges of a break-free semester of virtual learning

Julie Bobyock March 26, 2021
It’s no secret that attending college during a pandemic is difficult. Hours of Zoom classes and meetings, and online homework, projects, and exams have changed student life on campus all over the nation - and have also affected student mental health. While spring breaks have been cancelled at colleges all throughout the country in order to keep communities safe, including University of New Hampshire (UNH), a college semester without a break has seemed to increase the stress levels on campuses.
Zoom became the way of life for UNH athletics

“Zoom became the way of life” for UNH athletics

Hannah Donahue September 25, 2020

Mike Murphy, Associate Athletic Director for Communications at the University of New Hampshire, recalls the days where he’d walk into the field house and be greeted by seven different people in his...

In our virtual world – Meditation through Zoom

Hannah Donahue May 10, 2020
During a time of isolation and quarantine, our regular day to day schedules have been changed to reflect a virtual world. Feelings of anxiety, loneliness, depression and more have become extremely high.

Zoom classes for nursing students

Hannah Donahue April 8, 2020
Millions of students across the United States have been sent home from college and ordered to continue their education through virtual learning due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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