Covid-19: A Family Experience

By Victoria Bishop Smith, Class of 2021 I woke up on October 13. It was like any regular day, or so I thought.  I hadn’t been experiencing any symptoms, but unfortunately, my significant other, whom I spent the majority of my time with, was — and so, we went to get tested.  The doctor came…

COVID-19: From the Eyes of An Undergraduate Student

Writer: Kiara Suero Joseph Mamaril, full time undergraduate student.  Over the past year, the COVID-19 outbreak has gripped the nation by leaving many people struggling financially, mentally and emotionally. Undergraduate students are no strangers to these struggles. Many have had to adjust their lives to handle six classes, jobs and dealing with their own personal…

Pregnancy during Covid-19

By Shirley Montesdeoca, Class of 2021 Discomfort, sleepless nights, the constant sensation of itchiness, and yellowing of the skin, are the symptoms of a condition called cholestasis during pregnancy. Lisbeth Racines, a 29-year-old mother of two was diagnosed with a high-risk pregnancy for both pregnancies. She was five months pregnant when she was diagnosed with…