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Randy McInnis Spring 2020 Blog

by Randy McInnis, June 12, 2020 “Through hardship to the stars,” a saying I use to overcome the battles of life and transcend me further into my success. Another quarter has ended, and I feel great because I have accomplished the Art of patience and the tenacity to excel under pressure. Dating back to when this quarter first started, I had mixed emotions of how I was going to maneuver my online classes and not physically being in a learning environment due to an announced pandemic that paralyzed the economy, especially the educational system.

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Alex Kinderman Spring 2020 Blog

by Alex Kinderman, June 27, 2020
2020 has definitely presented itself as a challenging, insane, and dramatic year that is only half way through, but in spite of it I have still tried to move on and keep learning through all of this. One of my biggest learning curves has been learning how to make sourdough bread for the first time! It seems through all the extra free time anyone and everyone was making their starters to use for making sourdough bread and I had to get on the bandwagon.

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Prabhshan Gandhi Spring 2020 Blog

by Prabhshan Gandhi, June 23, 2020
This year has been unlike any other.  We are living with circumstances that our generation has never experienced. In today's society, online courses are widely used in colleges providing easy access to course materials, classroom discussions, and feedback to instructors, and we all have had a chance to experience at-least one online class over our time at college.

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Eric Minnis Spring 2020 Blog

by Eric Minnis, June 23, 2020
Covid-19 was the pandemic that shook the modern-day world, it virtually shut down everything! Stores were closed, streets were empty and even countries closed off their borders. As an international student with plans to travel over the spring break to visit family, this pandemic greatly affected my life.

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