What we’re glad is back

Date: 1970-01-01 00:00:00

Last year, Ann Arbor felt like a ghost town. We attended classes online, residence halls were closed and stadiums were empty. While the pandemic is not over, the University of Michigan seems alive again. Students flood the Diag at 10 minutes to the hour, student organizations are hosting events left and right and football is back and better than ever (or at least the last few seasons).

We asked some Daily photographers what they are glad is back. Here is what they said:

A(live) Again

Glass Animals performs at the Crisler Center September 23, 2021. Emma Mati/Daily. Buy this photo.

Emma Mati: On Sept. 23, Glass Animals made a pit stop at the Crisler Center during their Dreamland tour. This was my first concert since the beginning of the pandemic. A year ago, it was hard to imagine events like this one–crowds packed like sardines in an indoor stadium. While events like these bring back memories of pre-pandemic life, it is evident that some COVID-19 precautions aren’t going away any time soon. There was no going backstage and meeting with the members of the band after the concert and concert goers were masked and vaxxed. Nevertheless, the band put on a great performance and the crowd was electric. Needless to say, I left the concert as a huge Glass Animals fan.

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