Students who graduated from UConn in 2020 had to adjust to about two months of online learning. For the graduating class of 2021, most classes remained online for another year. According to several graduating students in the class of 2021, the pandemic caused an incomplete college experience and missed opportunities; whether it was seeing friends, going to clubs/classes or just the overall sense of community. Nonetheless, this year’s graduating class of 2021 enjoyed reminiscing about their past years at UConn.
Let’s be real: This school year was a lot. Pandemic fatigue, political controversies, virtual classes — at times, the world felt like too much to handle. Thankfully, The Daily Campus made time to write some warm-and-fuzzy-feeling stories that allowed us to take a breath and make this crazy year feel a little more normal. On this final Friday, let's look back on a few of our favorite stories that made us feel good.
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