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TCC adapts to living during a pandemic

A look into the aftermath how COVID-19 has shaped student and faculty life since March 2020

Photos by Azul Sordo/The Collegian
Engineering student Dariana Jimenez studies at the dining room table of her Fort Worth home. Due to TCC transitioning to learning online for social distancing concerns.
NE faculty sanitizes a model skeleton with an electrostatic
sprayer, which works by charging liquids as
they pass through the nozzle.
Jimenez holds a framed photo of her infant self in the
arms of her grandmother Dolores Maria.

 

 

Nursing student Courtney Guy presents her powerpoint
on tracheostomy care. All equipment is sanitized
after every use.
Nursing students sit six feet apart, a paper towel and
disinfectant at their side. The nursing program is one
of the few programs that has been allowed to continue
limited in-person classes.
NE student Ruth Calhoun carefully washes her ceramic
pieces during an on-campus ceramics workshop.
Nursing professor Laurel Kendrick keeps a distance
of six feet from her students whenever possible, even
during hands-on practice.
In professor Karmien Bowman’s classroom, jars of ceramics materials line the shelves, no longer collecting dust in the absence of students.

 

 

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