Ashar Farooq, COVID-19 reflection and images, 2020 March - June
For more information about this item, visit https://archivesspace.mit.edu/repositories/2/archival_objects/350231Description by the author "One written document presents a short introductory summary about the shift to quarantine and its impact on my schedule. This also talks about the intersection of quarantine with the month of Ramadan. This was written around June 2020 as a reflection. These experiences took place in Huntington Station, New York. 8 photographs are a mix of on-campus immediately leading up to the departure from campus. Those last days before Pi Day 2020, the day I left campus, were captured by interacting with friends and campus happenings for the last time for a while. Some photographs depict the state of my MIT Masee Hall dorm room after packing everything up in a hurry and clearing out the room. Some photographs depict the iconic Purell stand that seemingly took over MIT's campus in March of 2020. The photographs at home are from Huntington Station, NY in my room as this has become the place of work, learn, and mostly everything during the qurantine period."
COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-