An emergency physician reflects on racism, COVID-19, and the art of healing.
In a society redrawn by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Law School’s intellectual leadership is needed more than ever.
The many lives of quarantine.
Lost in the pandemic.
Last quarter everything was different—even the University's geography.
Classes outside and in tents. Masks worn everywhere, even by the grotesques. Scenes from an Autumn Quarter that required some improvisation.
Two photographers show us what Autumn Quarter was like.
During a quarter when everything was different, a professor known for installation art took her painting class outside.
What a surgeon learned from illness and grief in a pandemic year.
Autumn Quarter classes, by the numbers.
Sarah Cobey is putting her infectious disease expertise to work against the pandemic.
Reflections on educating students during a pandemic.