Life during COVID-19

Pandemic has led to reduced services, but not costs for most EWU students


Last updated 1/29/2021 at 1:53pm

Mckenzie Ford/The Easterner

A line of students at Panda Express, one of the several new dining options. Photo taken in 2019.

(Editor's note: The following story appeared in the Jan. 20 issue of The Easterner.)

There's no denying that the college experience has drastically changed from what it was before March 2020. The old stereotypical college day no longer consists of fighting to stay awake in a lecture hall, eating dining hall food, going on campus walks, long study sessions in the library and ending it all by letting loose with friends. 

Nowadays, it's turning off the camera and microphone on Zoom, always eating at home, exercising at home, studying at home, working at home and talking to friends from home....

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