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SIMON LE XIONG JUNIOR


By April, Simon Le Xiong had settled into his new routine: Up in time for online classes. Try to maintain concentration in the absence of other people. Walk from his first-floor room in Northwest Residence Hall to Royal Bistro, the only on-campus dining outlet still open, though under limited hours. Back to his room. More classes. Study. Go for a run if the weather permits. Otherwise, settle for in-room workouts, while missing the clank of free weights and the murmur of fellow students at the Levine Center for Wellness and Recreation. Go to sleep. Repeat. Simon, who is from China, was one of a few dozen students who stayed on campus because going home wasn’t an option. Although he was disappointed to say goodbye


to his classmates and professors, and to abruptly end his tennis season, he took all of it with a stoic calm. He could go where he wanted on campus, although services were limited, and as a resident advisor, he made sure his floor observed all the rules. “For me, it’s just mostly the boredom and the


frustration of tennis not being able to continue, these sorts of things, that kind of bother me,” said Simon, a junior finance major. “My attitude toward these things is a little bit more positive, just because I’ve been away from my parents and outside the country for so long, and I feel like I don’t really need to rely on anything.”


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