The Scoop

A Surplus with Few Buyers

After students vacated campus, the farmers and vendors that supported HUDS are left with "surpluses" of food that may prove detrimental to their businesses: "'It would be devastating for us.'"

Waiting To Be Called Upon

As COVID-19 has spread across the country, many hospitals have struggled to keep up with an influx of new patients. In hopes of alleviating the pressure on the medical system, many state governors have called on medical school deans to allow their fourth-year students to graduate early so that they can begin their residencies immediately. Though Harvard Medical School now offers this option, bureaucratic barriers have prevented many eligible students from answering the call. As a result, Torres isn’t the only student to feel as if they have been left in limbo, neither able to continue their medical education online nor start their residency programs until the summer.