After working hard to get into their top schools, members of the Class of 2020 were ready to take on the world. Then came COVID-19, which upended their college experiences through quarantine, closures and unprecedented restrictions. Read some of their stories.
When the school announced that students would have to return home in order to reduce the spread of the virus, several Lower Campus families realized that some students would be unable to return home indefinitely, so they offered to have those students stay in their homes with them as long as they needed.
Now scattered to various places across the globe, On The Hill journalists have gathered a series of photographs displaying what is empty and what remains during the COVID-19 pandemic, reminding us that though we are apart, we are together in our experience.
After moving to distance learning, two members of the Class of 2020, Aaron Wolf and Sebastian Wayman-Dalo, detail the ways in which their senior year has been affected thus far by COVID-19, and the absolute uncertainty that remains as we move closer to the end of May.