Students browse the stacks in the Rand Hall Mui Ho Fine Arts Library. As Cornellians prepare to transition to online classes, some Architecture, Art and Planning students are worried how their studio time and materials will translate to virtual learning.

AAP Students Express Concern Over Transition to Online Classes

While College of Architecture, Art and Planning students take courses that traditionally rely on the availability of studio spaces and materials, students and faculty now have to reimagine what these classes would look like online.

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Franny’s: A Quiet Surprise

Franny’s food truck is a campus eatery located behind Sibley Hall. Being a non-traditional campus eatery, many may argue against Franny’s quality of food and service as compared to other dining options on campus. In any case, Franny’s is certainly the least well-known dining option on campus. First and foremost, a trip to Franny’s requires a long walk from main campus. Furthermore, Franny’s lacks covered seating, an off-putting concern during the cold winter season. With such stiff competition among dining eateries across campus, it is difficult to understand why one would choose to eat at Franny’s.