As students’ freedom changed, definition evolved for many

June 3, 2020

This is an audio story that covers how some students feel their definition of freedom has or hasn’t changed throughout the pandemic. The stay at home order has changed many things that some students did not consider to be freedoms, but everyday occurrences. These things include: who they are allowed to see, where they can go and what they can do. While most students do feel restricted, there are a few whose ideas about freedom haven’t been affected by the quarantine. The following audio story shows how those restrictions have (or haven’t) altered the perceptions of freedom for four U-High students.


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