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In March of 2020, in response to a growing global pandemic of the Covid-19 virus, The University of Texas at Dallas closed buildings and rapidly transitioned to online classes. Many confusing changes followed over the course of the year and into 2021, as students, faculty, and staff responded to the evolving situation. While none of this has been easy, the UTD Comet Spirit endured through it.
Comets Endure is a project by Eugene McDermott Library and the University Archives to attempt to capture, honor, and preserve some of the unique stories and experiences that have come out of this tumultuous time. Submissions will be open through the end of the 2021-2022 academic year.
From the Comets of 2020 to the Comets of 2041
Add your own pandemic experiences to Comets Endure
To contribute to the Comet Endures project, open the attached submission form and complete with your own responses. When finished, click Submit Form at the bottom to finish.
Share pictures, creative writing or art images relevant to the Covid-19 Pandemic to the Comet Endures Email. (we reserve the right to exclude inappropriate content)
(the PDF submission form can also be emailed to this address)