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This is a collage I made towards the start the pandemic. When I make a collage I take images I've collected from magazines and other sources and spread them out, picking images that speak to me in that moment. Then I just see what works together,…

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A picture taken during a daily walk in Pierre, SD showing how one person is trying to make their 21st birthday special in the midst of social distancing. Out of frame is around five people with masks standing in a driveway and celebrating.

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This photograph, taken on April 15th, 2020, captures the public-facing signage utilized by the Elting Memorial Library to communicate changes in operation to community members due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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This is a Facebook post made by the Washington DC cafe, Little Red Fox. The post publicizes the Little Red Fox's efforts to financially support its staff during the pandemic, and appeals to notions of community in asking for donations.

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A screenshot of a chat between two Carleton students. One remaining on campus receives a picture of cherry blossoms from the other back in Japan, his home country. The caption of the picture says "Virtual cherry blossom viewing!" which is a seasonal…

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An article from Alaska Public Media on requests from various Alaskan communities, tribal organizations, and individuals to the Federal Office of Subsistence Management that they be allowed to hunt this spring to make up food shortages caused by the…

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A house in my neighborhood had this sign placed on the garage. It is relevant because it shows people's appreciation towards deliver workers who risk themselves daily fo the good of their communities. This sign also shows that people are trying to…

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An image of a large roadside sign at a Gulf Oil Station in Garrison, NY, indicating that the station is open for full service during "quarantine".

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A family used chalk art to show their support to first responders.

2020-01-28_lysne.pdf
An email sent to Carleton faculty and staff early in the pandemic, providing information about the virus, what Carleton was doing in response, and reminders about preventive actions, such as handwashing.
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