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Anonymous Carleton student

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Natalie Lafferty

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Description

In this interview, a Carleton student reflects on what they miss about life at school, the benefits of solidarity, their privilege (stable family), other students' losses, connections to previous historic events, and explains their father's role as an infectious disease doctor, all culminating in total uncertainty for the future.

Date

2020-05-09

Coverage

Denver, CO

Keywords

Athletics/Fitness, Black Lives Matter, Carleton College, Colorado, Family, Friendship, Gratitude, Interview, Loneliness/Separation, Medical Staff, Medical/Physical Health, Positivity/Hope, Reflection, Sadness, Solidarity, Virtual Learning

Subject

Athletics/Fitness, Black Lives Matter, Carleton College, Colorado, Family, Friendship, Gratitude, Interview, Loneliness/Separation, Medical Staff, Medical/Physical Health, Positivity/Hope, Reflection, Sadness, Solidarity, Virtual Learning

Covid-19 Archive Collection(s)

Personal Stories

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Personal Stories

Current Student's Deep Reflections on Life During and After the Pandemic

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