Raj, thank you for blessing me with memories that I will cherish forever.
I think that no matter where you come from or are currently quarantined, there is benefit from more love, grace and acceptance. More active recognition of how small we are in an interconnected, beautifully broken world.
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You hardly needed to speak for Raj to understand you, empathy was just innate to his being.
It is pretty hard to have sex with someone who's at least six feet away from you.
The University has not sought our input as it has made decisions affecting our health and livelihood, and many of us are struggling.
Raj, I will never forget you. You deserved the world. Thank you for always taking care of me and everyone around you.
Raj, you will remain missed by so many in this community and beyond.
It feels like the coronavirus is something that we ordinary people can’t do much to impact besides washing our hands diligently and staying home. Passing the days by in quarantine can make us feel like passive, if not powerless, observers—or perhaps hostages.
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Duke was a leader in making pass/fail grading widely available during this crisis. That should just be the start of reevaluating how we grade.
At first I thought I might use this time to get in shape, maybe pick up running. But it is currently 30 degrees in Vermont and there is still snow on the ground, so that might have to wait a couple weeks.
“I just think part-timers should get the same type of benefit(s) as full-timers since we do the same work as them, you know?” Angel said.