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Sometimes paying attention in class feels nearly impossible without something to fidget with. Sometimes paying attention is not the goal at all. Either way, here are our favorite games to play during that never-ending Zoom lecture.

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This year has come with a lot of surprises and adjustments, one of which has been the switch to online learning. As we learn to adapt to this new format for classes, Bwoggers have picked up some interesting new classroom habits that would have seemed ridiculous just a few months ago.

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It’s the little things that rob you of your will to live. Ask everyone where they’re from. After each response, say “Oh really? Me too.” Never reveal where you’re actually from Show everyone your pet! Ask everyone about their greatest trauma Start singing a duet and hope someone joins in Say “aha break out rooms […]

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Long days, Zoom fatigue. Every now and then, we know your mind wanders. Ours does too.

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When you can’t have any terrible NSOP crushes, it’s time to get creative with a new form of a mystery lover.

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Are you struggling to focus in your online Zoom classes? Is staring at a blurry video of your prof just not the same as sitting in a classroom after hiking up the hell that is the Milbank stairs? Deputy Editor Caroline Mullooly offers insight on how to pay attention to your online classes.

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I worked with Mateo for over a year several years ago. What a smart, good, cool dude. It isn't fair. (read more)
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