Living in a Dormitory During The Pandemic

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By Nina Gonzalez – Student Journalist The Coronavirus first broke out in March sending all on-campus housing students home for the second half of the spring semester. This September a limited number of students were welcomed back to the dorm buildings, but with the virus yet to be diminished, the ‘college experience’ has been completely … Continued

Nurse and Overcomer

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By Esther Paul – Copy Editor She sat at her desk, donned in blue scrubs, the words, ‘Angel’s touch’ carefully embroidered at the upper right corner. Only a few weeks had passed since she transformed her basement into her office. The words ‘Angel’s touch Health-care’ were plastered on a rectangular glass board above her head. … Continued

The Monster

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The Monster lingers. Am I hungry ? I have not had an appetite in days — “hold on, the monster is chasing me,” she thought.

Battling Yourself: Another Illness Within the Pandemic

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As the days go by, I find myself drifting in and out of sleep. As faint rays of light shine through my curtains, I count down whatever hours remain of the day until my room turns dark. To me, every hour feels like I am facing a divine punishment in which I am forced to repeat the same things over and over again.