Opinion

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With the current COVID-19 public health crisis, it’s become particularly clear that the pandemic reaches beyond being just a highly contagious, viral disease or issue of community spread.

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Editor’s Note: The author of this op-ed has been kept anonymous due to their fear of retaliation.

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My kitchen island has served as a place where time gets lost in long hours of insightful conversation.

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In periods of societal uncertainty, individuals must turn to rationalism and self-control rather than relying on external factors.

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In early March, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declared a state of emergency in Michigan.

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I’m sure I’m not alone in feeling that it’s been difficult to focus on anything other than the coronavirus pandemic for the past two weeks. As much as I try to keep motivated, it’s almost impossible to stay present during a dragging Zoom lecture or a dense reading.

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Since the first cases of COVID-19 — a respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus — were reported in the United States in January, American life has been turned upside down by an event few will ever fo