Pronoun masks from Atlas Center
What does it mean when someone’s pronouns are she/they? For senior Isa Reese, it means both sets of pronouns align with Isa’s gender identity (she/her/hers and they/them/theirs): “I like when they are used interchangeably. It recognizes all aspects of me.”
Isa is among the students working at Nazareth’s Atlas Center who are distributing pronoun masks to students who request them as a way to support people of all genders and spread the word about the resources and support available on campus. Requests are due Saturday. Read the story >
Summer 2021 on-campus students
- COVID-19 arrival testing is not required for the Summer A and Summer B terms.
- Students living on campus during the summer will receive information about surveillance testing.
- Other current pandemic protocols remain in place. (COVID-19 Resources)
Dine-in plates and bowls are returning as an option in the Dining Commons. The use of service ware is safe and follows a CDC-required system of washing and disinfection before each use. Plates and bowls will not be available for self-service at this time; they will be handled by dining staff in accordance with Monroe County guidelines. You still have the option of using disposable take out containers at all food stations.
Class of 2021: Registered for Commencement
If you’re graduating, be sure to act on the email sent to you (subject line: Register now for Naz Commencement: graduate + guests), either to register yourself and up to two guests, or to indicate that you’re not attending your ceremony. Deadline: Monday, May 10.
COVID alert level
- Our campus alert level continues to be 2, which indicates modified operations due to case levels in the area around campus.
- Details: Campus COVID-19 Alert Levels.