Things to do for fun during COVID
Let us first acknowledge this: COVID-era fun is different from pre-COVID fun.
How video games can be a healthy COVID escape
Video games offer a safe way to explore different worlds and meet up with friends – while providing many social, emotional, cognitive, and physical benefits to boot.
Posted in: Mental, Physical, Professional, Social
Mental health services for the LGBTQ community
Answering your questions about mental health services and breaking down the process of seeing a counselor.
Plans for resumption of in-person activities at Homewood
Containment measures have been successful and will allow us to return to in-person classes and other activities at Homewood on February 11.
Another Homewood COVID cluster update
After a peak of 44 new COVID cases on February 2, cases have been trending down. If trends continue, in-person classes and activities for Homewood undergraduates will resume on February 11.
Meatless Madness 2021
This fun, tournament-style contest will determine which meat-free dish will be crowned Chompion.
Posted in: Environmental, Physical
Update on Homewood COVID cluster
All undergraduates are now required to get tested three times a week, effective Friday, Feb. 5, until further notice. No gatherings of any size are allowed for undergraduates, on campus or off, indoors or outdoors, through Monday morning at 8 a.m.
Two-day Homewood suspension
After detecting a cluster of COVID-19 among undergraduate students, the university has suspended in-person undergraduate classes on the Homewood campus as well as other in-person activities for two days.
Meatless Monday avocado toast
To get everyone hyped for Meatless Madness 2021, we made the Chompion recipe of Meatless Madness 2020, Garlicky White Bean Avocado Toast with BBQ Drizzle.
Posted in: Environmental, Financial, Physical