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There will come a season where all of our favorite things are possible again. Strongly consider that this isn’t the one.
"There’s some consideration about, like, 'Are we just lonely, or actually into each other?'"
At Arizona State, finals week was suddenly moved up, giving students almost no time to study and cramming multiple exams into one day.
Employees report that their offices are keeping them in remote-work limbo, constantly pushing back re-opening dates but not committing to a long-term remote setup, either.
There's a psychological reason that we reach for basic joys in times of chaos.
States are scrambling to hold elections in a pandemic. You should be preparing to vote by mail.
The University of South Carolina started with a tidy coronavirus tracking dashboard and a few manageable cases. Then things started to unravel.
Blithely setting off for a fun group trip isn't an option right now. But people are finding ways to be more deliberate—and exclusive—about how they get away together in a pandemic.