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Colleges Spent Months Planning For Fall, But A COVID-19 Surge Is Changing Everything-NPR

When Irem Ozturk got the email from Dickinson College in mid-June announcing “we intend to bring all students back to campus,” she was elated. She’s originally from Turkey, but after two years on campus, she’s come to think of Carlisle, Pa., as home. “I was thrilled because I felt like I was returning back home, excited to see friends and faculty,” she says. “I felt happy. I felt like I had something to look forward to.”┬áThat happiness lasted a little more than a month. NPR, 07/22/2020

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