This is an anthology of short essays, researched and composed in pairs by the students of ENGL109: Intro to Rhetoric (s20)
James Berger and Jenni Diaz Garcia
A short essay about how learning in S20 revealed inequities among Carls that are more hidden on campus.
Lucas Demetriade and Lindsey Youngblood
A short essay about how Carls coped with disruption to living environments and how those realities impacted their mental/affective well-being.
Kate Duffy and Julian White-Davis
A short essay about how Covid-19 revealed the role of community in Liberal Arts education
Ben Levine and Indigo Bistrup-Peterson
A short essay about how much is lost from "the residential liberal arts college" experience when we're not there for it.
Sam McCarty and Sarah Rhodes
A short essay about students' loss of on-campus "rituals of autonomy" during Covid-19
Olivia Potter and Liv Patinkin
A short essay about being a student from our shared room in Watkins and our childhood bedrooms
Natalie Soehnlin and Michael Dreger
A short essay about students' loss of community and also of independence when they were banished from campus.