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Goucher move-in day 2021 | PHOTOS

Goucher College seniors, Kai Miller, center, and Monica Valdez Ramos, right, explain to sophomore Kelly Herreros that she can select an armband to indicate her comfort level with being with others unmasked outdoors. Red asks that people keep their distance at six feet, yellow requests that people ask about one's comfort level, and green indicates that one is fine interacting with maskless people outside who are vaccinated.
(Baltimore Sun staff)

Goucher move-in day 2021 | PHOTOS

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Sophomores are moving into dorms at Goucher College for the first time, since the pandemic prevented them from experiencing dorm life as first year students.
(Amy Davis)
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Keith Scutchings Jr., left, of Philadelphia, helps his son Keith Scutchings III, center, a sophomore at Goucher College, move into his dorm. The pandemic prevented sophomores from experiencing dorm life as first year students.
Keith Scutchings Jr., left, of Philadelphia, helps his son Keith Scutchings III, center, a sophomore at Goucher College, move into his dorm. The pandemic prevented sophomores from experiencing dorm life as first year students. (Baltimore Sun staff)
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Goucher College sophomore Jacob Connell of Ellicott City hauls his belongings into his new dorm room. Connell said he was able to live on campus for seven weeks last year at the end of the semester, when the campus began opening up for the summer, but the majority of returning sophomores will be experiencing dorm life for the first time.
Goucher College sophomore Jacob Connell of Ellicott City hauls his belongings into his new dorm room. Connell said he was able to live on campus for seven weeks last year at the end of the semester, when the campus began opening up for the summer, but the majority of returning sophomores will be experiencing dorm life for the first time. (Baltimore Sun Staff)
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Aye Ajiborode, a Goucher College sophomore from Parkville, asks his roommate Noah Vallow what he thinks of the placement of this rug in their shared dorm room, as the two settle in and unpack their belongings.
Aye Ajiborode, a Goucher College sophomore from Parkville, asks his roommate Noah Vallow what he thinks of the placement of this rug in their shared dorm room, as the two settle in and unpack their belongings. (Baltimore Sun Staff)
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Megan Cavoli, left, helps her older sister Julia Cavoli, a sophomore at Goucher College from Harrisburg, PA., make the bed in her new dorm room.
Megan Cavoli, left, helps her older sister Julia Cavoli, a sophomore at Goucher College from Harrisburg, PA., make the bed in her new dorm room. (Baltimore Sun Staff)
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Imani Physic, right, a Goucher College sophomore from Andover, MA, gets help from her mother, Sandra Hilario, center, and two other sophomores, Sam Byrne, left, and Ben Levine, in back, as they adjust the height of her bed in her new dorm room.
Imani Physic, right, a Goucher College sophomore from Andover, MA, gets help from her mother, Sandra Hilario, center, and two other sophomores, Sam Byrne, left, and Ben Levine, in back, as they adjust the height of her bed in her new dorm room. (Baltimore Sun Staff)
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Goucher College sophomore Grace Cantwell-Sweeney, back to camera, is greeted by Goucher seniors, Aidan Gorenberg-Screwvala, center, and Ryann Cole, right, on move-in day for the sophomores. The pandemic prevented the sophomores from experiencing dorm life as first year students.
Goucher College sophomore Grace Cantwell-Sweeney, back to camera, is greeted by Goucher seniors, Aidan Gorenberg-Screwvala, center, and Ryann Cole, right, on move-in day for the sophomores. The pandemic prevented the sophomores from experiencing dorm life as first year students. (Baltimore Sun Staff)
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Goucher College seniors, Kai Miller, center, and Monica Valdez Ramos, right, explain to sophomore Kelly Herreros that she can select an armband to indicate her comfort level with being with others unmasked outdoors. Red asks that people keep their distance at six feet, yellow requests that people ask about one's comfort level, and green indicates that one is fine interacting with maskless people outside who are vaccinated.
Goucher College seniors, Kai Miller, center, and Monica Valdez Ramos, right, explain to sophomore Kelly Herreros that she can select an armband to indicate her comfort level with being with others unmasked outdoors. Red asks that people keep their distance at six feet, yellow requests that people ask about one's comfort level, and green indicates that one is fine interacting with maskless people outside who are vaccinated. (Baltimore Sun staff)
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