Some CSULB students benefited from isolation while others had major drawbacks, but all were greatly affected.
CSULB students reflect on the hobbies and talents they picked up during the COVID-19 pandemic, including art, sewing, crocheting, baking, playing tennis and more.
Since March 2020, life at CSULB came to an abrupt halt due to a mandatory quarantine that occurred because of COVID-19. For student-athletes, this meant that their season would be delayed beyond uncertainty and eventually, canceled. “I think a lot of us agree it was one of the hardest years[Read More…]