Some University of Richmond students and staff members reflected upon the COVID-19 pandemic during a 30-minute gathering on campus March 31.
The event was designed to mark the second anniversary of the pandemic and celebrate the resiliency of the university community in light of the virus while also honoring those lost to its impact and allowing attendees to reflect upon the pandemic era. It was hosted by the UR Office of the Chaplaincy and included poetry, music, and other reflections.
“Many of us have been so intent at keeping our heads above water the last two years, we have not had time to reflect on all that has happened since COVID-19 arrived in March of 2020,” said University Chaplain Craig Kocher. “Hopefully, through words, music, poetry, and simply being together as a community, glimmers of healing and hope may emerge.”
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