I certainly never anticipated any of this. I never could have imagined spending all of spring quarter at home taking online classes and doing whatever possible to not go stir crazy.
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Starting Monday, the University Book Store will be closed for two weeks with plans to “reopen Monday March 30, though that may change depending on circumstances.”
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