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Coronavirus: A Tale of Two Countries

Tianyu Fang, Senior Editor | April 3, 2020

My coronavirus panic started as China’s Lunar New Year approached in late January. The week-long holiday was, traditionally, the world’s largest travel season, with migrants returning to their hometowns. But celebrations were halted, metropolises locked down. The city of Wuhan, alongside other epicenters of the outbreak, were under quarantine—authorities shut down public transportations and closed...

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Distance Decisions

Rose Robinson, Melina Robertson, and Annabelle Svahn | April 3, 2020

Rose These are challenging times, but they certainly bring to light the silver linings and moments of gratitude. For example, it is so obvious to me now that one plus side of getting waitlisted at numerous schools is that those are numerous schools you don’t have to worry about visiting! At this point last week, I had been accepted to and could afford two schools on my list. I wasn’t expecting...

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