Looking Back episode 2: Quarantine, testing and staying safe

This second episode of Looking Back, a three-part audio series, features Washington University students and administrators discussing the University’s safety procedures over the last year.

and | Staff Reporter and Senior Scene Editor

‘I couldn’t be prouder as a coach’: How members of the track team helped each other overcome quarantine hurdles

COVID-19 quarantine brought isolation and prevented student-athletes from accessing typical training materials. How did they cope with it?

Clara Richards | Staff Reporter

Senior musicians on using quarantine as a growing experience 

Senior musicians Mitch Frauenheim and Aalisha Jaisinghani reflect on how COVID-19 has shaped their experiences this fall.

Grady Nance | Staff Writer

StudLife Wrapped: A year in music for our staff

What music got 15 Student Life staffers through 2020?

Editor’s Note Episode 8: The WU quarantine experience

After receiving the dreaded contact tracing call, staff reporters and suitemates freshmen Julia Robbins and Olivia Poolos were sent into quarantine housing for 10 days.

| Multimedia Editor

An extrovert’s guide to quarantining

I’m writing this to hopefully help ease some of the anxiety that people might have going into quarantine and give some tactics that might make your time quarantining somewhat easier. So without further ado, let me share with you the (un)definitive extrovert’s guide to quarantining.

| Staff Writer

The leaves are falling, and so are my spirits

Do not focus on the light at the end of the tunnel, it’s still too far away to see. Rather, force your eyes to adjust to the darkness, and, before you know it, it will be much easier to see.

Thomas Humphrey | Staff Writer

WU athletes on maintaining a healthy lifestyle amidst extended offseason

Even with the cancellation of spring sports, Wash. U. athletes are staying in shape from home.

Miguel Campos | Staff Reporter

WU showcases student talent with virtual showcase

At the beginning of the month, Washington University announced its virtual talent competition, WashU’s Got Talent, on the official University Instagram page.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

No, the pros are not ‘just like us’

Maybe, if I, like the NBA players trying so hard to relate to me, had in-home access to weight racks and a full-sized gym and a treadmill or elliptical, I might be able to stay active.

| Senior Sports Editor

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