Adapting for 2021: A Student’s Guide

Credit: iStock.com/Igor Alecsander
Credit: iStock.com/Igor Alecsander
Dear Student, Fall 2020 is in the books. How did it go? Few residential students looked forward to the thought of another term of remote learning or socially distanced face-to-face classes. It is just not the same thing taking a class scattered around a large room, masked, and following arrows and signs to keep space at every turn. Remote learning, with its umpteen hours spent in the same room staring at the same screen day in and day out, was not a much rosier enterprise either. Even online learning was tough.

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