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Reading this story provided another perspective on my own expectations. While so many of us pitied ourselves for what we wouldn’t be able to accomplish because of the coronavirus, we were mourning the wrong losses. Like the story of Ivan Ilyich, our lives can fly by with the pressure of grades and college applications, worries over our interests and future careers, social expectations and concerns over how we are perceived. All the while we do not sufficiently appreciate what makes it all tolerable, even worth-while: friendship.
After 180 days away from campus, the BB&N community finally reuKnighted for the first in-person days of school on Thursday, September 10th and Friday, September 11th.
Another factor I’ve had to accept is the lack of control. For the first time in my life I can’t predict or plan very far in advance, which only amplifies how much I am missing my previous social life. Life has never been as unpredictable as it is now, but it has taught me to focus on the present and not focus on the “what if’s.”
Despite COVID-19 and classes moving online, the Class of 2020 still completed the longstanding BB&N tradition of making Senior Tiles. Since the 1950s, students (then at Browne and Nichols, now at BB&N) have finished their 12th grade year by painting square ceramic tiles.