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Left: Allie Clancy could not finish her dream internship at Boston's TD Garden arena. (Jonas Spencer/Courtesy of Allie Clancy); Right: Brittany Weaver is about to graduate from College of the Ozarks in Missouri. (Kressa Phillips/Courtesy of Brittany Weaver) NPR hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

Graduating In A Pandemic: Advice For The Anxious Post-College Job Search

We spoke to students about to graduate into the workforce and posed their questions and anxieties to career counselors. Some advice: Be flexible, make it personal, network and look for bright spots.

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Two Chord Wake Suzanne Kraft

A growing number of restaurants are offering produce, dry goods and pantry staples to customers, in addition to their normal menu items. It helps customers buy essential items, provides restaurants with a source of revenue and addresses a sudden disconnect in America's food supply chains. Max Posner/NPR hide caption

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A Pound Of Flour To Go? Restaurants Are Selling Groceries Now

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Appalachian Road Show's new album is fittingly called Tribulation. Banjoist Barry Abernathy and fiddler Jim VanCleve spoke to NPR about playing traditional songs of hardship during a modern crisis. Micah Schweinsberg/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Appalachian Road Show's New Album Confronts 'Tribulations' Past And Present

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Left: Allie Clancy could not finish her dream internship at Boston's TD Garden arena. (Jonas Spencer/Courtesy of Allie Clancy); Right: Brittany Weaver is about to graduate from College of the Ozarks in Missouri. (Kressa Phillips/Courtesy of Brittany Weaver) NPR hide caption

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Graduating In A Pandemic: Advice For The Anxious Post-College Job Search

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Rebirth A Forest Mighty Black
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