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WWU COVID story 25: Arick Grootveld
Online classes have been both better and worse than traditional classes. I enjoy being able to watch the recordings of lectures whenever I want, so I can review the content that I might have missed during a lecture, or skip a lecture for a research meeting and not feel behind. I also like the freedom of being able to decide my schedule, as many of my classes do not require me to do... [open story for full text]
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Telling our Stories: Western's Response to COVID-19
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