Living on a residential campus has always presented students with opportunities to experience new things. This fall, the list of new experiences includes many things that would have been hard to imagine just a few months ago, things like classes that are taught both in person and remotely at the same time, and dining experiences where food and payment are exchanged without contact. All these changes were put in place to reduce risk for everyone—students, staff, and faculty. And the changes start with students’ immediate living group, or household.