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You’d think that in the middle of a global pandemic and social distancing orders, being forced into random groups for assignments would take a break. Nope. Not here. Instead, some of my in-person and online courses have major group projects.

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I know lots of students are stressed at the thought of going back home after just a few weeks. Thankfully, there are many social distancing steps Northwest is taking to make sure that we all get the in-person education that we already paid for.

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Nothing quite says “Welcome back” like 14 days stuck in a one-bedroom apartment, does it? I’m 49 hours into a 14-day quarantine and am truly sick of staring at these beige walls and suspended ceilings — almost as sick as I am with all you guys not wearing your masks in public!

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Bearcat Thunder has become a staple across campus, and the name will surely be the butt of many jokes and the basis for countless memes. The gigantic, not-so-originally named hand sanitizer bottles are an equally welcome sight.

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Don’t misunderstand me — I’m a huge fan of spring. I look forward to almost every aspect of it — warmer weather, greener grass, being able to go outside in a T-shirt and shorts and so on. Notice I said almost every aspect. That one exception is quite honestly the bane of my existence: daylig…

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Let’s talk about the biggest win-win scenario on campus: Starbucks’ free coffee after 9 p.m. Didn’t know that was a thing? Clearly not utilizing your resources.

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When it comes to holding doors, it seems like there are two types of people: those who think “We’re all in this together” and those who think it’s every man for himself. With either, there’s really no winning.