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If one thing is clear about remote work, it’s this: Many people prefer it and don’t want their bosses to take it away. When the pandemic forced office employees into lockdown and cut them off from spending in-person time with their colleagues, they almost immediately realized that they favor remote work over…
There was a time when Bill Keen ’57, P’89, wasn’t so sure he wanted to go to college, in part because of the cost. With a little help, he not only graduated from college—he kept on going, eventually becoming a professor.
Pittsburgh Concert Chorale will offer a special online performance of Mozart’s “Requiem” in memory of lives lost to covid-19.
“It’s our gift to the community,” said Susan Medley, PCC music director. “Covid has impacted every life in some way, but there are so many whose lives will never be the same.”
Washington & Jefferson College’s fourth annual Symposium on Democracy included breakout sessions hosted by W&J’s students and faculty members.