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Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Meditation and Self-Reflection

Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Meditation and Self-Reflection

By Sebastian, 18, Farnham, UK Covid-19 has undoubtedly had detrimental effects on all aspects of life ranging from personal matters such as rela...
Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: FaceTime Isn't a Substitute for Real Social Interaction

Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: FaceTime Isn't a Substitute for Real Social Interaction

By Lexi, 18, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  During this pandemic, I have been spending a lot of time with my family, going on long walks, watching ...
Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Appreciate What You Have Before It's Gone

Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Appreciate What You Have Before It's Gone

By Sam, 18, Duxbury, Massachusetts  When I left school on a typical Friday afternoon back in March, I never could have imagined that it would be...
Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Making Lockdown Meaningful

Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Making Lockdown Meaningful

By Mikayla, 21, Bloomington, Indiana  During Quarantine, I have been spending my time doing schoolwork and trying to learn new things that intere...
Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Ready to Take Risks

Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Ready to Take Risks

By John, 18, Duxbury, Massachusetts  After being forced to live through this crazy crisis, I have come to find a new appreciation for the world ...
Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Challenges and Changes

Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Challenges and Changes

By Grace, 18, London, UK I was reconciled and weirdly in the zone of waking up at 7am and revising for 8 hours a day with a ground zero of landing...
Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Time to Restructure the Medical System

Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Time to Restructure the Medical System

By Elijiah, 18, Duxbury, Massachusetts  While living in quarantine with my brother and parents, life is very boring. I wake up at around noon ev...
Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Our Decisions Have Consequences

Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Our Decisions Have Consequences

By Mia, 20, Duxbury Massachusetts   During this pandemic I am trying to stay focused on my school work, stay optimistic regarding the future, ...
Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: A Time for Growth and Opportunity

Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: A Time for Growth and Opportunity

By Kendall, 20, Hamilton, New Jersey  The thought never once crossed my mind that I would live through a life threatening pandemic. The quaran...
Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Concern for the Future

Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Concern for the Future

By George, 18, London, UK Currently in lockdown I’m spending most of my time on online school, watching Netflix and going out once a day. I’ve ...
Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Learn to Appreciate the Little Things

Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: Learn to Appreciate the Little Things

By Juliana, 22, Manahawkin, New Jersey Being a graduating senior at Fordham University, life in quarantine right now has helped me learn a lot ...
Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: The World Cannot Return to the Same Habits

Gen Z, The Corona Diaries: The World Cannot Return to the Same Habits

By Ben, 18, Chicago, Illinois  As the nation continues to be held in a quarantine and universities have suspended their in-class learnin...