It’s officially near late October and the colleges across the United States that decided to reopen this fall semester are well past a point of reckoning. The end of August and into September felt ominous, the threat of college life shutting down again like many did in March looming closely. By week two of SeptemberContinue reading “Some U.S. Colleges (like UVM) Are Showing Us How To Manage Living a New Normal”
Across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and around the country, school districts are clinging to a hybrid approach to reopening schools this fall.
Early in the morning on a recent Sunday I pedaled up Prospect Park southwest, my bike weighed down with cargo and moving at a deliberate pace. The sun wasn’t out in force yet so the warmer-than-usual mid-spring day was still cool and, in the punctuated calm of the pandemic, the streets were quiet.
Here’s a look at how far we’ve come. I find it helpful to take a few minutes and look back at what has happened so far. I’ll update this overview every week or so. Some big ticket items in news as of May 17th, 2020: Governor Andrew Cuomo has issued a phased reopening of NewContinue reading “Where Are We Now With All this NYC?”