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Junior Audrey Pinard, her sister Isabelle Pinard (CSH ‘12) and mother Jocelyn Pinard help pack 18,000 pounds of grocery bags to be distributed around the city. Volunteers filled bags with pork loin, beef patties, potatoes, carrots, cucumbers, celery, pears, apples, yogurt and rice.

Pandemic increases need for food banks

Food banks use safer methods to distribute food
Nina Gutierrez and Darcy Jubb February 21, 2021

As the country shifts in and out of various levels of lockdown, certainty is rare, especially economic certainty as workers who thought they had stable jobs suddenly do not have one. Food banks have become...

Juniors Sara Ramelot Alina Kushner work socially distanced in Gender Power & Ethics while the Meeting Owl connects students in the classroom to those who are attending online via Zoom. A 360 degree camera on the Meeting Owl allowed students at home to better engage with in-person classmates.

Students and faculty adapt to hybrid learning

Community accommodates students learning from home and in-person
Nina Gutierrez, Senior Reporter November 19, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE While some students sit in classrooms and others remain on Zoom from home, teachers are navigating hybrid learning through Meeting Owls that provide a 360 degree view of the classroom and...

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