Three student in 3 countries share in ‘Postcards From Here’ series

Tuesday, July 21, 2020 - 13:50 in Psychology & Sociology

This is part of a series called Postcards From Here, in which Harvard undergraduates talk about the changes brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Jaidyn Probst ’23 Hometown: Redwood Falls, Minn. Concentration: Cognitive Neuroscience and Evolutionary Psychology House: Mather The sounds of the city “I miss the atmosphere of campus a lot. I am from a small rural area in Minnesota and always liked the atmosphere of a bigger city. In my first year, I lived in Canaday, so I heard the fire station all the time, and at first it was odd coming back home and sleeping without the constant sirens. Obviously, I miss my roommates and friends the most, and not being able to schedule a last-minute breakfast at Berg or walk to classes together.” Taking care of community “Luckily, my parents were able to stay employed this whole time as my mom is a teacher and my dad works for the county highway department. Around the time we...

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