It was used this year, I'm going to assume it will be next year since I've been told by upper years that they preferred the small groups. From my experience and that of my friends? It was a horrible idea for an online year. But I also know many students enjoyed it. I think it comes down to personal preference and if next year will be online or in person.
This is probably beside the point, but what's the ethnic background that would lead to the name "seallover?" And is that a direct translation or does it just sound very similar?
Kids can be cruel sometimes. The love between a man or woman, and a seal, can be a beautiful thing. You should be proud that your culture embraces it.