Kinesiology graduate Brian Ebisuzaki used to love visiting the Starbucks in the University Union (UU). He would always make a point to greet the employees and strike up a conversation about their day. After getting his drink, Ebisuzaki would walk up to the second floor and start a conversation with a friend, or even a stranger. All of that was taken away when COVID-19 hit, and Ebisuzaki found himself back in his parent’s house.
Mustang News video reporter Sofia Silvia takes us through a day in the life of a student under quarantine in Temecula, CA.
Toilet seat picture frames, abalone shell arches and tire rim pillars are just a few components making up what Cambria residents call Nitt Witt Ridge – or the anti-Hearst Castle.
Many students look forward to winter break not only for a few weeks without a midterm, but also for going home to spend time with family and friends. The story is different for many working college students, though.