When their high school shifted to on-line learning, Hunter High schoolers collaborated via messaging apps to create an elaborate 3-D version of their school in the videogame Minecraft. Using images from Google Earth, a dozen seniors spent many hours building a meticulous replica of their school in the game, allowing them to retain a feeling of normalcy and ultimately to still hold online versions of social events. The students are using a myriad of technological mediums to stay connected and spend virtual time together.
Virtual Hunter High School Featured on Good Morning America
Hunter College placed among the Top 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 College Rankings for regional universities in the north.
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