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Documenting the Camel Experience

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It's painful to see classes that were my favorite not translate well online.
I am glad I have a job and can continue to work. I also feel some guilt because some of my staff cannot work remotely.

Quite honestly schoolwork has provided a nice distraction from thinking about the virus.
My friends and I have started to virtually "go to the library" in which we all Face Time and do homework.
I can't be in contact with my grandkids, which is tough. But we chat online.

It is a blessing to spend time with my family before I move on to my next step in life.

I packed up my dorm and my friend's dorms, as they are European international students, and it was bittersweet.

It is difficult to teach classes without getting as much instantaneous feedback from students.
People in WW I and II and the 1918 Influenza epidemic also thought there was no hope - this too shall pass.

I don't know if this is just me, but whenever I feel even vaguely different I have to Google the symptoms of the virus.
I'm grateful to how the Conn administrators and deans have handled everything. Their communications have been clear,…

Signage in front of the Crozier-Williams Center of Connecticut College thanking those working on site.