Just as a coat of paint couldn’t totally erase my feelings about this room, one good day can’t totally erase my fears around living through a pandemic.
As a result of streaming services, the age of cable television and DVD entertainment is grinding to a halt.
Make the most of every text and call because for now, a love online is all we’ve got.
It took a worldwide crisis for me to realize just how lucky I am to have the family that I do.
Wednesday marked the one-year anniversary of the University’s NCAA title win.
In some ways, it felt inappropriate to call for a celebration given the fear that so many people are experiencing right now. However, the elements that made up my birthday helped us contribute to controlling the spread of the virus and staying sane while quarantining.
This is merely a call to remember to always treat service workers with kindness — especially in this time of financial uncertainty.
I smile because although we are all going through a whirlwind of uncertainty, people will still find ways to support and connect with each other, even virtually.
I don’t know where to go or what to do. I’m trying to give myself time for reflection, but it seems silly to worry about a school musical when people are dying.
Most people in the world probably see 2020 as the year of the novel coronavirus outbreak — and this is no exception in Japan.
“I can’t wait until I’m abroad.” These are the words I often told myself in times of stress throughout college.