The COVID-19 pandemic made the 2020-21 academic year socially isolating for many Northwestern students. Remote courses led to little campus engagement, as library study sessions, long walks to class and daily meals in the dining halls disappeared for many students.
McCormick junior Isaac Winoto was one of these students, spending the year at home in Indonesia.
“Freshman year, it was so easy for us just to be disconnected with campus,” he said. “A lot of my friends say it’s honestly quite a decentralized campus, so we really need to bring the sense of community back.”
When Winoto returned for his
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