Anna Schumacher - Life in Detroit Lakes, MN During The Pandemic

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Anna Schumacher - Life in Detroit Lakes, MN During The Pandemic

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1. The crowd at the Fargo, ND BLM protests a few friends and I attended. It was hard to be away from the Twin Cities during the last two weeks of the term after the killing of George Floyd and the ensuing wave of police brutality.

2. The Accidentals (my a capella group) met via Zoom weekly to stay connected during quarantine.

3. We had to record ourselves singing for a remote Carleton Choir project which resulted in a lot of technical mishaps, including this silly photo.

4. Family Yahtzee! a night with my sisters in Alaska. Mom and Dad asked too many questions and yelled a lot.

5. Our cat Dookie was my constant support/annoyance during online classes.

6. The first few weeks of quarantine were FULL of yummy food... until we lost energy and stopped cooking fun things. These veggies enchiladas made everyone happy, even my meat-loving dad.

7. When we are on campus, a group of friends and I have 'tea time' and we decided to keep it going over video chat during our term away.

8. On my 21st birthday/last day of classes, my housemate and I took a trip to my favorite childhood lake and paddled around. We chased swarms of minnows and ran away when their guardians started nipping at our toes.

(She/Her/Hers/class of 2021/Psychology and Spanish minor/Detroit Lakes, MN /Detroit Lakes, MN)

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Anna Schumacher and Clara Posner

Contributor

Clara Posner

Date

May 27, 2020

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Citation

Anna Schumacher and Clara Posner, “Anna Schumacher - Life in Detroit Lakes, MN During The Pandemic ,” Carleton Covid-19 Archive, accessed October 30, 2020, https://covid19archive.sites.carleton.edu/items/show/388.

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