Students are looking to take a gap year as with COVID-19 the incoming class won’t get the proper college experience.
“I just share a PowerPoint presentation and give lectures. We don’t even know if the students are listening and paying attention.”
A writer reflects on the confusion that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused in her life as her plans of attending grad school have come to a halt.
“We don’t question authority, and when coming from people around us, these messages seem trustworthy.”
From postponed convocation ceremonies to canceled job offers, the class of 2020 discuss their fears about graduating in the middle of the coronavirus outbreak.
To understand the type of coronavirus content being consumed by the elderly, we spoke to some about what’s in their inboxes.
“You’ll be really surprised to know that a lot of children do have the internet at home.”
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, provisions for mid-day meals for children at-risk and those from low-income families in New Delhi remain unclear.
As more and more schools shut down because of the coronavirus outbreak, Re:Set spoke with parents and students about how they’re feeling about this sudden staycation.