At-home truths: young people write about the Covid crisis
When NewsBrands invited secondary-school students to write about their experience of the pandemic, the responses were full of insight and wisdom – not only about the present, but the future we need to work toward
Last month, the newspapers representative group NewsBrands Ireland invited secondary-school students to write about their experience of the coronavirus crisis. The response was fantastic, and you can read first place winner in the senior category Evan Carron-Kee‘s piece below.
SENIOR CATEGORY: FIRST PLACE
Evan Carron-Kee is a sixth-year student at St Columba’s College in Stranorlar, Co Donegal
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