College Classes During a Pandemic

Bowling Green State University students and professors share their experiences with the transition into a new mode of learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Three out of the five days a week I didn’t leave my dorm for classes,” Sophomore Morgan McCracken said.

Construction on Hanna Hall

Bowling Green State University’s campus is changing once again. Hanna Hall is being converted into a new building for the College of Business.

Construction on the project began last year. BGSU says the new building will include cutting-edge instructional facilities and labs, helping the university attract and retain students.

For more information, watch the video above or click here.

Life on campus during a pandemic

Two months into the first semester with COVID-19 protocols in place, students share their experiences and opinions on how BGSU has handled the pandemic.

Watch “Life on campus during a pandemic: From a student’s perspective” to see the changes to the campus of Bowling Green State University and to hear the opinions of students at the university.

For more information, check out the article in BG Independent News.

Retired BGPD sergeant shares experience, stories

After patrolling the streets of Bowling Green for 25 years, retired police sergeant Alan Carsey shares his experiences on the force and offers advice to those entering the field.

“I can’t say there was ever a time I was in fear for my life,” Carsey said.

Carsey’s son, Seth Edwards, also comments about what life was like growing up with a police officer as a parent.

Listen to the audio below to hear their story.

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BGPD Deputy Chief Discusses Police Defunding, Budget

In an interview over the phone with BG Falcon Media reporter, Ryan Dick, Deputy Chief Justin White shares insight into the Bowling Green Police Department and their budget in response to current national movements to defund the police.

White also discusses the already existing relationship between BGPD and social workers to help people with mental illnesses, as this is one large reasoning behind the defunding movement.

The Deputy Chief encourages all citizens to reach out to the police department if they have any questions or concerns.

“The important thing is for people to understand exactly what we do, and how we do it.”

For the unedited seven-minute interview, click here.

Read the full story on BG Falcon Media.