Jess double majored in Global Health and Psychology.
Written by Casey Trimm ’20
During this unpredictable time we are living in, both Denisonians studying on The Hill and Denisonians studying abroad had their semester cut short. For some, this meant booking a flight back home and leaving the United States, while for others, this meant booking a flight back home to their home country and leaving their host country.
Written by Isabella Antonelli ’20
Notice: This post was submitted for publication in early June, so while the content is still relevant, many of the statistics given regarding COVID-19 are now out-of-date. For the latest information at the time of publication, see “Updates” at the conclusion of this post.
COVID-19 has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives (as of early June, that number is at a staggering 108,000, in the United States alone and continues to climb), has infected millions globally, and seen the US lose tens of millions of jobs.
Written by Seyeong Hanlim ’23
Note: This post was originally submitted for publication in May 2020, so some information may be out of date.
Seyeong Hanlim ’23 (writer) moved to a friend’s home in California in the middle of the night upon Denison’s campus shutdown, March 2020.