美國緬因中央中學(Maine Central Institute, MCI)
詩歌文學至今已激發出許多的創意。匹茲菲爾德(Pittsfield)一所獨立中學美國緬因中央中學(Maine Central Institute, MCI) 的音樂總監，本 · 戴維 · 里奇蒙德（Ben David Richmond）已指定「新大陸 (A New Land)」作為創作的題材，供數百名學生創作節拍詩歌(beat poetry)和歌曲創作比賽使用。學生會將詩歌以音樂作為詮釋。
Below is the article and it made the front page of the State section of the paper.
The poetry volume is already inspiring creative use. Ben David Richmond, a music director at the Maine Central Institute, an independent high school in Pittsfield, has assigned “A New Land” as source material for an opt-in competition for hundreds of students composing beat poetry and songwriting. Students will create audio interpretations of the poems.
Richmond said the diverse voices collected in the anthology resonated with him as a teacher at MCI, where “diversity and being a global citizen are key elements” of the school’s guiding philosophy.
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麻省藥科與健康科學大學 (MCPHS) 2021年秋季學期重新開放校園
隨著COVID-19疫苗在全美國內的推廣以及COVID-19病例的持續下降，人們感到非常樂觀，學校很快將在麻省藥科與健康科學大學Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science (MCPHS)三個校區全部都恢復到更接近正常運行的狀態。由於這些趨勢，並且由於學校在2020-2021學年迄今的防疫成功，學校將歡迎學生在2021年秋季學期重新開放校園，包括宿舍。
麻省藥科與健康科學大學Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science (MCPHS)
校長 Richard J. Lessard
學術事務和教務副總裁 Caroline Zeind
Dear New Student and Families:
As the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines progresses across the country and the decline in COVID-19 cases continues, there is a real sense of optimism that we will soon resume something much closer to normal operations on all three MCPHS campuses. As a result of these trends and due to the success we have had throughout the 2020-2021 academic year to date, we intend to welcome students back to a full reopening of our campus, including our residence halls, for the fall 2021 semester.
The University is working hard to develop class schedules, housing options, campus activities, programs, and events that will allow students to engage again in the on-campus environment and enjoy a dynamic student life experience. We want to assure our new students, their families, and our Community that MCPHS will provide a safe environment for students to live and learn this coming fall.
Our plans for the fall 2021 semester are informed by the current indicators of vaccine availability through the spring and summer as well as the notably low rates of positive COVID-19 test results we have sustained on campus since last summer. We continue to follow the public health guidance that has gotten us to this point and feel confident the outlook for fall 2021 is very favorable.
As always we will continue to provide you with updates on a regular basis throughout the spring semester. We very much look forward to welcoming you to campus for the very first time in the fall.
Richard J. Lessard, President
Caroline Zeind, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS University)