Be uKnighted

The COVID-19 global pandemic has changed the way we interact with each other.

How can the BB&N community support you? How can you support others? How can we be united at this time?

Let's show kindness and help each other.


Please click here to read the June 5, 2020 letter to the Alumni/ae Community from Dr. Jennifer Price, Head of School; Leila Bailey-Stewart, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Global Education Officer; Adam Zalisk ’03, Chair, Alumni/ae Council; and Milyna Phillips ’99, Founder, Alumni/ae of Color Affinity Group; Chair, Inclusion Committee.

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We are pleased to introduce a benefit that allows you to write a will for free.

Thanks to our partnership with FreeWill, you can create a legally valid will in 20 minutes or less, then print out the document and have it witnessed.

The document can save you time and money if you prefer to finalize your will with your attorney.

Learn more about FreeWill and ways to plan for your future and those you love

On & Off Campus Blog

Zoom fatigue is real--here's how to make it better
By Andri Kadaifciu ‘23

Over the past two months of returning to school, I have been adjusting to many new things, including virtual seven-hour days of school. Thankfully, BB&N has adopted a hybrid system in which we are fully online for only half of the week. However, due to social distancing and challenges that come with in-person classes, video classes continue to have a significant role in in-person days as well.

Now, if you are like me, long Zoom calls usually translate into one thing: Zoom fatigue.

Read more about Zoom fatigue is real--here's how to make it better