People of Fenton: graduate Andrew Premo

%E2%80%9CHonestly%2C+it%E2%80%99s+%5Bquarantine%5D+been+a+change+in+everyone%E2%80%99s+daily+life.+Personally%2C+I+was+affected+by+my+school+changing+to+all+online+classes.+That%E2%80%99s+a+huge+change+especially+when+you%E2%80%99re+a+freshman%2C+like+me.+But+not+only+is+school+affected+for+the+students%2C+their+parents+might+not+be+working+as+much%2C+or+at+all+because+of+the+coronavirus.+The+economy+is+taking+a+huge+hit+as+a+result+from+stores+closing.+That+is+the+biggest+impact+the+coronavirus+has+made+in+my+opinion.%E2%80%9D+-+graduate+Andrew+Premo

“Honestly, it’s [quarantine] been a change in everyone’s daily life. Personally, I was affected by my school changing to all online classes. That’s a huge change especially when you’re a freshman, like me. But not only is school affected for the students, their parents might not be working as much, or at all because of the coronavirus. The economy is taking a huge hit as a result from stores closing. That is the biggest impact the coronavirus has made in my opinion.” - graduate Andrew Premo

Tyler Soule, Print Editor-in-Chief