“Playing now is more painful than I’ve remembered,” Regis Enema, star center back for the men’s soccer team,” tells the WORD’s Morgan Gresse. ““Before COVID we all had a better understanding of what it meant to be a team because we all had the same priorities: School and soccer.”
The first day of classes landed on a muggy Wednesday, August 25. A seemingly never-ending line of students shuffled outside the Hunter West Building beginning at 10 a.m. An air of confusion at the Lexington Avenue and 68th Street campus was palpable as voices and discussions could be heard about the line’s purpose. – Article, second in a series, this one written by Bailey Huebner.
The lobby of Hunter’s West Building on 68th Street and Lexington Avenue was set up as a college fair help center during the two weeks leading up to August 25, the start of the fall semester, to help students deal with the logistical realities of the reopening of the College’s on-campus classes.
First in a series. This one by Constanza Falco