In today’s Bwoglines, South Korea shifts…
Happening in the World: South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s Democratic Party won a decisive victory in parliamentary elections, marking the first time in sixteen years that left-leaning parties secured a majority. The result is been seeing as an endorsement of the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. (BBC)
Happening in the US: College Board has announced that SAT testing will be moved to online if schools remain closed in the fall. This follows an earlier announcement that Advanced Placement exams will be conducted digitally this spring. (CNN)
Happening in New York: Governor Cuomo has ordered new requirements for all New Yorkers to wear face coverings in public settings, taking effect from Friday. Permitted face coverings include proper masks, scarves, and bandannas, and the state would consider issuing civil penalties to those who fail to abide if necessary. (NYT)
Happening on Campus: Puppies and toddlers with chalk have taken over campus; the end is near.