Here's an average day in my life as a remote student!
With lots of things (understandably) still closed on campus, it's nice to know that study spaces are beginning to open up again in a safe and responsible way.
Finding pretty places to power through schoolwork has definitely made my Dartmouth experience better, and—luckily for students—there's no shortage of beautiful places on campus.
In a world where proper social distancing is so important, Novack Café has fulfilled a unique desire for current on-campus students; it's a place to study, hang out with friends, and grab a snack—all while staying COVID safe.
Here's a run-through of what a typical classes-free day here looks like for me as a Dartmouth student!
Knowing that a lot of you are currently applying to colleges and looking to understand about how much work you'll have, read on for more insight!
I am currently missing my favorite study spaces on campus where I could sit for hours and get work done, so I figured I would share them with you all!
In the three weeks since I last wrote about my virtual 20S, I've taken four midterms, completed several problem sets, and recorded several more hours on Zoom.
A little ode to off-campus classes from your quarantined friend!