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Freshman year, at a distance

Freshman year, at a distance

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After a lifetime of homeschooling, this Philly student is still waiting to learn with peers

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‘It’s like we’re not even there’: A Memphis student longs for a fresh start

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Finding courage in her keystrokes: Why this Denver freshman is participating in class more than ever

"Using the chat has helped me get more comfortable sharing my ideas," said Casandra Sotelo-Rivera.

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Ahead of winter break, a student-organized talent show gives a Detroit freshman a moment to shine

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‘It’s not there’: A Memphis student scrambles to catch up on missing assignments

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‘A story on dark days’: How one Chicago student’s anime club is creating community during a pandemic

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A shy Denver high school freshman takes a risk and finds beauty in online learning

"I feel like I’m a whole different person when I’m doing things online than when I’m not."

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This is high school in a pandemic: Inside one Bronx freshman’s first day in the classroom

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’I want people to know who I am’: How will an aspiring Detroit high school singer find his voice during virtual education?

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‘No one really knows how this is going to go’: A Memphis student starts high school from behind a computer screen

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