How I Stayed Connected During Quarantine

Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, it became more important than ever to stay connected to others, and it is thanks to social media that we were able to. In this public radio story, three SUNY New Paltz students reflect on their past year of isolation and how they stayed connected during lockdowns.

Edited by Amanda Giladi, Danielle Hoffman-Caguiat and Kevin Lin

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