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This article addresses both young children's and parents' frustrations with online learning, featuring a five-year old boy crying at his computer while trying to do school work.

This is an interview with Antonia Ritter who lived with her family in Minneapolis, MN for the entire term.
(She/Her/Hers/class of 2022/Math/Minneapolis,MN/Minneapolis,MN)  

Aubrey Interview Video-7.m4v
This is an interview with Aubrey Thurman who lived with her family in Nebraska City, Nebraska for the entire term.
(She/Her/Hers/class of 2022/Economics/Nebraska City, NE/Nebraska City, NE)  

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A video addressing the strange nature of Spring Term 2020 at Carleton and reaffirming the college's support of students.

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Facebook event for Virtual Empty Bowls 2020.https://www.facebook.com/events/3213057725427421/

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A news story on Carleton Now about the upcoming Virtual Empty Bowls event. Text: "Carleton Ceramics will be hosting its 16th annual Empty Bowls community meal virtually on Friday, May 15. The event, traditionally held on campus, raises awareness…

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Carleton's Human Resources office posted this creative bingo card on their page about remote work during the pandemic, with the caption, "Team building game for video calls." As many people transitioned to remote work, video calls became the new…

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A news item on the website of the Northfield Community Action Center's website about the event.Text: "For the past 16 years, Carleton Ceramics has hosted the annual Empty Bowls community meal on campus to raise awareness around hunger issues and…

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This Facebook post by a community magazine encourages families to show their support for all medical staff by placing candles and luminaries outside of their home.

Daniel Interview Video-12.m4v
This is an interview with Daniel Ashurst who spent the term at his family's home in Alabama.
(He/Him/His/class of 2022/Art History/Montgomery, Alabama/Montgomery, Alabama) 
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