Students and alumni were interviewed about their experiences in the pandemic. Here are a selection of clips from the interviews. To see the full interviews, visit the GW University Archives.
Shaelyn Fraser (undergraduate student) talks about being an upperclassman RA and the transition out of campus in March 2020. June 30, 2020.
Joseph LoyaconoBustos (alum) talks about political and community engagement in the face of the pandemic. June 22, 2020.
Zubaida Alizoti (undergraduate student) discusses the challenges of the pandemic, from America’s handling of the crisis to her own isolation from the GW community. June 29, 2020.
Jeslyn Zakes (alum) discusses the government’s handling of the pandemic. July 14, 2020.
Justin McCulloch (undergraduate student) talks about how he views the cultural divides around him leading up to the 2020 election. November 3, 2020.
Emily Venezky (undergraduate student) discusses the impending election results on November 6, 2020, and her perspective as political journalist. November 6, 2020.
Toji Almanza (undergraduate student) talks about anti-Asian racism at GW leading up to the pandemic. November 14, 2020.
Brandon Lange (undergraduate student) speaks about his experience as an Emergency Health Services minor and how that affected his awareness of COVID-19. November 3, 2020.