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COVID-19 Student Interviews - Portman, Jack

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creator
Bright, Ryley
Portman, Jack
date
2020-09-17T15:38:46Z
2020-09-17T15:38:46Z
2020-06-10
2020-09-17 (issued)
description
At the time of this interview, Jack Portman of Atlanta, Georgia was a rising senior at Wake Forest University as a part of the class of 2021. Portman double majored in antropology and political science and minored in philosophy. In this interview, he discusses transitionting to his new normal which he describes as not being too different from his usual life. He also delves into his personal experience with online classes as a result of Wake Forest's campus closure due to COVID-19. Throughout the pandemic, Jack learned more about his connection to society and became more involved in political issues.
format
audio/mp3
Oral histories
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/97027
language
English
relation
Special Collections and Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Wake Forest University
Office of Civic and Community Engagement (RG22.6)
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subject
Coronavirus infections--History--Sources
COVID-19 (Disease)--History--Sources
Wake Forest University--History--Sources
COVID-19 Student Interviews
Office of Civic and Community Engagement
College students--United States
Relationships
Politics and government
title
COVID-19 Student Interviews - Portman, Jack
type
Sound

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