Why the death of the college experience is so detrimental for queer students


If September is any indication, the global pandemic has all but eradicated any semblance of the “university experience” as we know it. Gone are the days of frat parties, sporting events and 300-person lecture halls. The loss of the university experience means the absence of direct access to professors via office hours, campus resources, library access and clubs. But one of the lesser-known casualties of this shift to remote learning is also one of the most fundamental aspects of university life: the on-campus community. For queer students like myself, the on-campus experience is an indispensable opportunity.

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