Repression doesn’t take away just the bad memories — it snatches the good from my grasp, too. I don’t remember first meeting my friends; I don’t remember how we got so close. I don’t even remember most of the time we have spent together.
Business As Usual? Crimson EMS on the Frontlines of a Pandemic
Before students were sent home in March, CrimsonEMS responsibilities were confined to Harvard’s campus. Members were required to dedicate at least five hours a month volunteering at athletic events, social events, and other school sanctioned activities, ready to step in and aid fellow students at any moment. But at home and away from their campus expectations, some CrimsonEMS members turned their focus toward their own communities.
Homecoming: No Glory in Limbo
At the end of my first semester at college, I had only seen Peter a handful of times. I wondered if we would always be more like acquaintances than siblings. After all, the only thing that tied us together was shared blood.
The Virtual Experience
Without the ability to experience campus, the class of 2024 must now make a college decision based predominantly on online resources, of which some students are wary because they are provided by colleges themselves.