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A.D.W.M., 20, a student in Kericho, Kenya

“Without knowing whether i will be able to fly to the States this fall, i am afraid that i may end up missing out on the college experience that i desired and aimed for when applying. Opportunities such as diversity, internships, and the spirit of exploration may all be diminished. And the financial burden that may come with it is simply unimaginable.”

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S.M., 29, a project manager in Madrid, Spain

“…it is mandatory to wear gloves, everybody is scared and looking at you with skeptic eyes whether you might have “it” ( the virus) or not […] It was not fun at all. […] However, the entire situation taught me many positive things. It taught me to be super creative (during birthday celebrations, during moment of complete boredom and on deciding what to eat)…”

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