“We made a Pledge to Protect each other…The pandemic is a group project. We need to have each other’s backs.”
The pandemic’s push online was initially borne out of necessity, but now educators are looking at the ways they can continue to implement the lessons from online learning to improve education and combat institutional inequities.
Many college students have expressed skepticism over the COVID vaccine. Their arguments are hypocritical and irrational. College students should get the vaccine for altruistic reasons as well as the hypocrisy of their own arguments.
SMU will receive its first doses of COVID-19 vaccine since it began requesting them. Appointments to receive a vaccine will be fulfilled on a first-come, first-served basis through the online vaccine sign-up.
Tucked behind the SMU Dr. Bob Smith Health Center is a white tent projecting a beacon of hope during the pandemic: The SMU Vaccination Clinic.
SMU is prepared with the infrastructure, staff, and registration process to vaccinate SMU community members as soon as they receive their first shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine.
SMU announced a primarily in-person semester in Fall 2021.
SMU Police and Health Center employees to receive first doses.
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