By: Alyssa Garcia

The United States has almost hit a year since the coronavirus pandemic began. At this point many of us have gone back to work and continued our schooling online.

Instead of choosing to beat this pandemic the U.S. has chosen to cope with it. Some of us…

By: Alyssa Garcia

Life can have different meaning to each person, but to me my life is music.

Since I could talk I loved singing and music. There was a joy I found from singing a long to your favorite song with your mom. Once kids reach a certain age…

Fitness in Quarantine

By: Alyssa Garcia

I know with gyms closing it’s been hard to stay motivated to keep fit. If we’re putting off our workouts it slowly starts to show and I know I get discouraged.

I put together some of my favorite fitness gurus from YouTube that create…

By: Alyssa Garcia

Thanksgiving is a time that should be shared by gathering with your loved ones. Unfortunately, the Coronavirus took that away from us.

My family and I have had to rethink our thanksgiving traditions along with plenty of other families around the world.

During these uncertain times what…

By: Alyssa Garcia

A college dropout didn’t seem like such a bad idea to me during these hard times.

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The coronavirus has taken over our daily lives. We can’t go to gyms, eat inside restaurants, or even simply attend class in person.

Schools across California have transitioned to online…

By: Alyssa Garcia

Breakups are never an easy thing. There is never a right time to go through a breakup, but does breaking up during a pandemic mean a harder recovery?

I was able to sit down with a college student who is currently going through a breakup during the…

By: Alyssa Garcia

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With the pandemic still going on it is hard to enjoy our everyday life, when we can’t even do normal activities let alone many of those fun activities perfect for the fall and Halloween season. …

By: Alyssa Garcia @AlyssaCsuf & Karol Zaldivar @Karol9523

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California Governor Gavin Newsom has continued to implement the stay at home order meaning many more remain unemployed.

More than 3.8 million laid-off workers applied for unemployment benefits last week as the U.S. economy slid further into a crisis that is becoming the most devastating since the 1930s.


By: Alyssa Garcia

Being a college student can be a difficult adjustment, Laura Avila is an undocumented college student who struggled more with just the adjustment.

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The 21-year-old who was born in Mexico but raised in the United States.

“ It’s a place I don’t even…

Alyssa Garcia

CSUF Student DJ. I love music, art, and writing. Learning my way around surviving this pandemic.

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