Photo Courtesy of University of Illinois. The performance hall of the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts sits empty between performances. While the Department of Classics may not seem like a department oriented towards the present, their recent partnership with the European Union Center showed just how relevant their area of study can be to modern issues. The performance was hosted at 2 p. Those issues of how democracies deal with immigration, are just as relevant to modern democracies in Europe and the Americas, said Emanuel Rota, director of the European Union Cwenter and another key leader of the project.
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This is what most of the college dating scene has come to during the coronavirus pandemic. Online classes and social distancing at the bars have taken away many of the chances students would usually have to meet new people. Despite these limitations, there are a large number of students still getting out there, even if the landscape looks a little different. For Lenahan, she tries to make the most out of the few interactions she has with people outside of her apartment.
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