Study Hal: Week 21 – Home Alone

Hal’s been staying in his childhood home since March, but today was the first day in months that he’s been there all by himself. Though he gets kind of annoyed when other folks distract him from his work, he found himself wandering aimlessly through the house in search of company. He was relieved when someone finally got home with the groceries!

Hal keeps telling me that he’s learning about himself from this pandemic. For instance, he used to think he’d rather live alone than with roommates, but now he thinks now he’d rather have people around more often. What do you think? Have you learned something unexpected from this time at home? Do you want roommates more or less than when this whole thing started?

If you missed it, Hal is a student here at U-Mich. He’s studying remotely this semester from his home in Michigan. If you’d like to see more of his exploits, check back in next Tuesday, or check out the Study Hal tag!

Leila Mullison

Hey there! My name is Leila. I'm a senior at Stamps specializing in stop-motion animation. My video series is about a student taking remote classes from his childhood home. Find it under the "Study Hal" tag! If you'd like to see my other work, check out my Instagram @lrmull.

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24 days 20 hours ago

Hal looks so sad with nobody home!