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June 4, 2020

When college leaders decided to move spring term instruction online in response to the COVID-19 crisis, the Carleton community rallied to make sure students had everything they needed. That included big stuff like computers and Wi-Fi routers, plane tickets home, and room and board refunds. But the small gestures mattered, too. Career Center program director Antonia Grant asked her coworkers to craft personal messages for students and then she posted them to Facebook and Instagram.

“We knew we were entering a time of uncertainty and we wanted to share a message of hope and support with our students over social media,” says Grant.

  • Antonia Grant

  • Brian Murphy

  • RJ Holmes-Leopold

  • Levi Atkinson

  • Keri Asp

  • Jovan Johnson

  • Rachel Leatham

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