Rhetoric and Composition

Care in Times of Crisis: How Faculty Are Managing COVID

Care in Times of Crisis: How Faculty Are Managing COVID

by Garrett Bridger Gilmore, Al Harahap, Jamila Kareem, and Helen Sandoval
“I had a minor breakdown due to all the stress—the panic set in and I just began to cry because it was all too much (being a mother to my children, being a good teacher, colleague, and activist for equity, diversity, and inclusion in my writing program).”

Recognizing New Styles: How Graduate Students Are Coping with COVID

Recognizing New Styles: How Graduate Students Are Coping with COVID

by D’Arcee Charington, Dylan Colvin, and B López
“COVID-19 demonstrates the kind of support—both monetary and emotional support—that is needed to succeed. I feel like there is more exigence now while we are still in this pandemic. I think that graduate students can support one another by advocating for BIPOC students and other folks in the margins who need more from the university.” — B López.