This article consists of autoethnographic texts written by six young women from Eastern and Southeastern Turkey, studying Sociology at Harran University and was edited and supervised by Dr. F. Güzin Ağca-Varoğlu. The contributions are reflections in their lived spaces after March 16, 2020. The students became involved as social scientists in their communities, and at the same time, experienced the liminal status of being members of their family homes in the pandemic. This ambiguous position tactically strengthened them in their everyday lives and enabled them to analyze their layered, intertwined, and multidimensional social environment. In this article, these young women gave a voice by expressing the deep-rooted power relations, spatial interactions, traditions and experiences in which they switched between the self and society as “boundary crossers”.