Harvey Mudd College is canceling all study abroad programs for the fall 2020 semester amid coronavirus concerns.
Jaimie Ding SC ’21 documents the bores and the pleasantries of her self-imposed quarantine at home in Vancouver, Washington. “I realize that without any responsibilities or human beings to interact with, I no longer have to abide by societal norms of when to eat or when to sleep,” she recounts.
Pomona College will cancel all public events and admissions programming in response to growing coronavirus fears.
Lillian Perlmutter SC ’21 explores the experience of returning from abroad and feeling like life doesn’t quite fit together the same.
Gabe Fisher CMC ’21 discusses the pitfalls of studying abroad at a university where lectures are large and office hours are not commonplace.
As the Wuhan coronavirus continues to spread globally, more 5C students studying abroad are seeing their programs suddenly canceled.
43 Harvey Mudd students are studying abroad this semester – the most in the college’s history.
Gabe Fisher CM ’21 recounts his experiences of culture shock while abroad in Amsterdam, leading to mishaps and miscommunications.
As the coronavirus issue escalates in China, some 5C students were forced to make changes to their planned study abroad experiences.
As violent clashes between police and protesters in Hong Kong shifted to college campuses, most 5C students studying there were evacuated.