Students respond to taking hybrid, remote visual art classes

With fewer classes offered and fewer students enrolled, VISA department designs an online class format for students

List Art Center, where many VISA courses normally take place, is now empty, while the courses are changed to both online and hybrid models to meet students’ needs. Upon hearing the University’s announcement that classes would operate mostly online, Rebecca Ho ’21, visual art and biology concentrator and co-head Herald photo editor, was worried that she would not be able to complete her visual art concentration requirements. As VISA courses often require heavy in-person interaction, Ho assumed that the department would be […]


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