First Day In

Similar to majority of college students this fall I didn't return to campus. I was really bummed about not returning because I was hired as a Resident Assistant (RA) for Fall 2020. I had began planning door decs for my residents and bulletin board themes every month for it all to be a waste. With that being said, virtual learning for me has been challenging. I am a visual and kinetic learner so being solely online is beginning to take a toll on me. Additionally, I AM ZOOMED OUT. The constant calls lasting for over an hour in the midst of technical difficulties are trying me, y'all. I understand the conditions that we have been placed in due to the mistreatment of Miss 'Rona for the past seven months but I am tired.

The program that I am in was originally structured as a day time and weekend program. Most classes we only turned assignments in via Canvas and not accessing a lecture online. The program was not prepared to be teaching virtually. Honestly, it still is not prepared to teach graduate level courses remotely.

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