By Sarah Alawi
March was a month full of stress and anxiety around the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic and the disruption of normal life.
Following Harvard Law School’s decision to evacuate campus in early March, most students – myself included – had to hurriedly pack our lives into suitcases and return home in the space of days.
For some of us, getting home (for me, New Zealand) meant having to travel internationally through airports and transit hubs amid a global pandemic. We landed on the other side to a new normal as the rest of the world caught on; we now live in quarantine “bubbles” while continuing to learn, meet and even socialize via Zoom. Our days are shadowed by restraint and a desperate hope to return to normalcy.