Sarah Shaffer, the camp’s founder and director, described the painful decision to file for personal bankruptcy and close down.
If you’ve visited Jewel Lake in Tilden recently, you’ll have noticed it’s looking more like a muddy puddle than a lake. Why is that — and is anything being done about it?
Students are choosing to live at home or withdraw for the semester. Some are still deciding. Of those who stay enrolled, only 3,200 will be able to stay in on-campus housing.
Students will be assigned to social bubbles and will have to sign a pledge agreeing to wear masks and to social distance.