Outdoor learning takes place as students return to campus


Krystal Gomez

Junior Montserrat Barbosa learns how to take photos with varying angles during 3rd period, Sept. 17.

Students returned to campus Sept. 9 in a hybrid model, rotating synchronous and asynchronous days. By the second week with in person students, classes took the opportunity to learn outdoors. This allowed classes a change of scenery while on campus. On Sept. 17, floral design students utilized the campus grounds to gather greenery for arrangements. Photojournalism students were able to work on varying angles while getting action shots of students working.