We are living through a defining period in history. This is surely a crucial turning point in thinking about contemporary urban development however it is not unprecedented. Victorian cities, for example, were definitively altered by the cholera outbreak of 1832, which led to the development of municipal sanitation and water systems and initiated a new era of health and safety requirements in the design of streets and housing. Our collective goal for the Spring 2021 Urban Anthropology course at IUPUI was to create a website documenting our experiences of this current moment living in a pandemic. Many of the assignments were inspired by work that had been done in New York by the Social Science Research Council’s on their website, Covid-19 and the Social Sciences. We saw this as an opportunity for us to present our own experiences of the pandemic in an urban environment that is very different from that of New York City.