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Emma Levitt ’22: ‘The Lies of Quarantine’

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In this final project for her screen studies class, Emma Levitt '22 focuses on how people are making a lot of claims that they are going to use this time in quarantine to "eat healthy, work out, spend time with family, and take care of themselves." But in reality, they aren't doing that. A double major in psychology and screen studies, Levitt hopes this film brings smiles to people’s faces, "because right now we all need a little extra happiness!"

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