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What’s for Lunch During a Quarantine?

March 20, 2020, by David Alm & students, The Bridge

As the 275,000 students who attend CUNY’s 26 campuses across New York City do their part to stem the spread of the coronavirus by isolating themselves in their homes, they still have much to do. School’s still in session; it’s just moved online. And critical to any student’s success is something that has nothing to do with academics: Sustenance.

Below, 15 journalism students at Hunter College share how they’re feeding themselves during this extraordinary time. By turns hilarious and poignant, these micro-reviews offer a glimpse into the lives of others, at once apart and united by a shared experience none of us could have fathomed before now. READ MORE.

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