Three days a week, Kennesaw State University students Emily and Calvin Ghasemi attend classes remotely from their home in Woodstock, Georgia. They watch lectures on Zoom and Microsoft Teams and receive assignments from their professors via email.
Two days a week, they come to campus, each doing their own research and projects, hanging out with friends, participating in student groups and taking in as much of the college experience as they can.
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