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As the final few weeks of this fall semester tick away, we at GWU-Today feel like a bit of reflection is needed on this rather unusual and groundbreaking semester. As we all know, COVID-19 has taken the world by storm and changed how we live our lives for the foreseeable future. We’ve had to change how we do everything from normal tasks, like going out to eat and putting gas in our cars, to hosting Thanksgiving dinner and going Christmas shopping. Nothing is the same as usual, and attending college is no different. Even before students stepped foot on Gardner-Webb’s campus for the Fall 2020 Semester, they had already been subject to several months’ worth of government mandated regulations and recommendations. Once arriving on campus, these regulations became even more amplified for on-campus living. These increased safety measures included limiting class sizes, maintaining a distance of six feet, wearing a mask when in a public place or residence and limiting mass social gatherings.
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Today, GWU, "Seniors Reflect on Fall 2020 Semester" (2020). GWU-Today. 620.