Weirdest term ever: How students have coped, from primary to third level

Ireland“‘When I think about it, wow, I just haven’t met anyone. I haven’t made a friend.’ Neasa Clancy is a first-year student of history, Irish and German at UCD, writes Deirdre Falvey. ‘I was there once’, she says, talking about the campus in Belfield, where she visited the bookshop and library in September. Other than that she’s now at home in Raheny, day-in day-out, laptop on knees, in her room too small for a desk, moving sometimes to the kitchen or living room, trying not to disturb her uncle, also working remotely …” (more)

[Irish Times, 12 December]

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