Oregon State U Project Seeks Pandemic Reflections from Students and Faculty - Rhea Kelly, Campus Technology

A new project out of Oregon State University is calling for submissions from college students, faculty and staff about how they've coped with the psychological impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Contributions to the Bright Side Project can take any form, including essay, meme, flow chart, poetry, art, infographic and music, according to a news announcement. The project is open to entries from students, faculty and staff from any institution nationwide. Submissions will be reviewed by an editorial committee of staff and students; those that align with the project goals will be uploaded to an online public collection. 


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