Hunter Gets Creative During Quarantine

From gardening to sketching to releasing an EP on Spotify, the Hunter community is getting creative during the quarantine.

As stay-at-home orders keep people inside throughout the United States, they are turning to mindful practices, focus, and creative challenges that can help them generate new ideas and feel more motivated, according to Harvard Business Review.

Hunter students and faculty are hungry for stimulation as living in confinement becomes a norm. They are drawn into old hobbies and have become curious to try more kinesthetic activities as our ability to communicate, socialize, and work becomes digitized due to the coronavirus.

The photo essay below shows how living with constraints has led the Hunter community into a more creative path.

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