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Wheaton Academy Student Server Project Turns Gaming Into COVID Research | #students | #parents | #parenting | #parenting | #kids


CHICAGO (CBS) — A virtual game to connect classmates during the pandemic lockdown evolved into a complex project in the fight against COVID. Students at Wheaton Academy created a Minecraft server to play each other while away from each other as they were remote learning. Their love for Minecraft evolved into something more detailed than the game’s building block construction.

Senior Robert Dieter, 18, said for him, the game was a way to learn more about the technology used to power it and similar programs.

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