By: The Red & Black @ University of Georgia , Georgia
August 2, 2020

When rising junior Nathan Wright took off for spring break in March, he had no idea the remainder of his spring semester would be spent in his hometown of Monroe, Georgia.

Now over four months later, Wright, a political science major, has adapted to living under his parents’ roof instead of in his Athens condo, where he lived an independent lifestyle alongside his two roommates.

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