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High School Student Shares Her Perspective On The Public Health Crisis

High School Student Shares Her Perspective On The Public Health CrisisThe COVID-19 pandemic closed Indiana school buildings -- and students will finish the school year at home, including 17-year-old Sarah Naidu. WFYI's Jill Ditmire spoke with Naidu to learn how she's seeing the effects of public health crisis -- through summer, next year and college.coronavirus, COVID-19, high school2020-04-15T00:00:00-04:00
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High School Student Shares Her Perspective On The Public Health Crisis

University High School junior Sarah Naidu.

Courtesy of Sarah Naidu

The COVID-19 pandemic closed Indiana school buildings — and students will finish the school year at home, including 17-year-old Sarah Naidu. This is her junior year at University High School in Carmel. She is also a contributor to WFYI’s weekly arts and culture show, Curious Mix.

From our Arts and Culture Desk, WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke with Naidu to learn how she's seeing the effects of public health crisis -- through summer, next year and college.

Naidu joined the conversation by phone, talking about her last days of school.

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