Senior Africana studies major Gregory Gasco used to perform six times a week on average as his drag alter ego, Paradisa Lahore. But as bars and clubs closed indefinitely in adherence to state-wide social distancing mandates, many drag artists like Gasco are left without a stage to perform. But the[Read More…]
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The COVID-19 pandemic may have disrupted mine and my cousin’s birthday plans, but it did not stop our friends and family from coordinating surprise car parades. For me, this was more memorable than anything else that could have happened, pandemic or not.
The Quarantine Diaries is an intimate perspective into how life has changed for individuals as a result of COVID-19. Pairing portraits of self-isolation and handwritten accounts of their experiences, the series gives an insight into the life of staying at home amidst the global pandemic.
CSULB graduate nursing student Jovani Rioja shares his painful moments battling and recovering from COVID-19.
I had to attend my great-grandmother’s funeral on Facebook Live because of coronavirus, it only made my grieving worse.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, artists grapple with creating in their newfound confines.
Professor Brittany Ransom appears in Disney+ show, “Shop Class,” where she leads a duo of young builders in a competition to create and build innovative wooden and metal handiworks.
CSULB student Fabiola Gutierrez is adjusting to her new life amid coronavirus restrictions. As she juggles to handle her online courses and family responsibilities, she has also dedicated her time to helping the elderly in her community.
While the CSULB community hunkers down at home in adherence to the “safer at home” initiative, here are eight free or low-cost options for students to stay entertained while practicing proper social distancing.
After school transferred to alternative instruction, the SRWC decided to host a variety of fitness classes over Zoom for those who missed working out.