Aryeh Margolin lives in Edison, NJ. He plans on attending YU this semester to major in accounting. He was a counselor for post tenth graders this past summer and helped change his perspective on viewing other people’s personal situations. After meeting one of his campers, Aryeh figured he was a typical kid; he was energetic, always had a smile on and a positive attitude. He would have never guessed that there were any difficult things going on in his family. His challenges had nothing to do with the Coronavirus but it made the problem much worse. This experience has helped him tremendously to always be cognizant of how other people react to situations they are placed in and therefore being sensitive to their individual needs. This is especially true during these scary times.