"A year or two is different than a lifetime, and I think we have to be patient and trust that the scientists who are working on these issues are doing so diligently and with their whole heart and all their focus, which everybody is."
The first day of fall quarter is quickly approaching, and usually that means taking the annual trip to Staples or Target for back-to-school shopping. But just as COVID-19 has changed the college experience, it has changed our back-to-school necessities for the 2020-2021 school year as well.
Now believe me, before quarantine, I never thought I’d be writing this. I’m the kind of person that sets six alarms before my first class because I sleep through the first four.
“We picked up some swatters, and everything else really came together from there,” said squash player Ellen Greenberg ’23, “With our fast swings, great hand eye coordination and crazy reflexes we ensure that no fly is getting past us.”
SATIRE: Students have even reported a rumor about a rally in the upcoming weeks, but since no one can identify any friends of the petitioning students, The Daily cannot confirm its accuracy at this time.
Stanford does not issue enrollment data until the fall, according to University spokesperson E.J. Miranda; however, students noted that due to numerous factors such as travel restrictions, financial issues, social distancing and remote learning, there is a high probability that the deferral rates have increased from past years.