Antoinette Rogers is staying put at her North Side home with her 161⁄2-year-old Maltese mix dog, Toby. She takes him out for walks and fresh air. The adjunct education professor at the University of Richmond teaches one weekly online class now from the comfort of home.
“I know I thrive in a face-to-face setting,” she said, while admitting that online teaching “takes a little more effort.”
The pandemic, she said, has brought a pause to most everyone’s life.
The silver lining?
“I think God gave us some time to step back, assess some things and take stock of our lives.”