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Reporter Roundtable: How College Students Are Getting Through The Pandemic

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Anastasia Usenko
What has it been like to attend college during a global pandemic? Vermont Edition hears from a panel of local student journalists about what they and their peers have seen and experienced this year.

For many, college is a time for meeting new people and sharing experiences. But COVID-19 has made socializing especially challenging for college students. This segment, we speak with a panel of student journalists from across the state about how they and their peers are navigating pandemic restrictions and the college experience. 

Our guests are:

  • Rebecca Flieder, editor-in-chief of Basement Medicine at Northern Vermont University's Johnson campus
  • Aris Sherwood, managing editor of the Castelton Spartan at Castleton University
  • Juliet Sear, student at Norwich University who is working on a documentary about the college experience during the pandemic

Broadcast live Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at noon; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.

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