Topic Graduations, Covid-19, National Uprisings Against Police Brutality
Title: Graduating During Covid19
Participants: Liset Aguirre, Chandra and Zion
Broadcast Air Date: 06/05/2020
Time: 5:15 PM (PST)
Station: KUCR 88.3 FM Riverside, CA
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- How do you prepare to graduate during Covid-19?
- How do we acknowledge the hard work of students if we are unable to hold a physical graduation ceremony?
- Covid-19 measures of quarantine and social distancing disrupted our school friendships, colleagues and support.
- The school transition to online formats severed our opportunities to say goodbye to friends and professors.
- How did students figure out the housing situation when colleges and universities informed students they had to leave campus?
- Getting ready for graduation causes anxiety, and fear but also optimism and exciting energy
- How does the post gradation job hunting season look during the covid-19 national shut down?
- How do you prepare for your first year of college when the college you plan to attend is under quarantine due to Covid-19?
- What is the difference between an online education and an in-person school experience?
- What are your thoughts on graduating during the national uprising against police brutality?
- How do we manage our frustration, fears and heart break when seeing people risk their lives to protest police brutality during a pandemic?
- How do we support Black Lives Matter?
- This generation is taking a stand and committing itself to changing the future for the better?
- How do we walk forward with optimism?
- We educate ourselves and the people around us to end police brutality.
- How do we use our college preparation as tool sets to take-on the future?
- How do we build a community with the tools developed from our college experience?