Unprecedented. Extraordinary. Evolving. These are three words we see more and more to describe our current world situation.
Alumni Board President, Jeff Belk ’83, on the university and alumni community’s COVID-19 response and overcoming his own mild case.
A professor and ER doctor balances saving lives and keeping her family safe.
A student photojournalist documents the epicenter of the U.S. COVID-19 outbreak.
Arsalun Tafazoli ’06 discusses restaurant life after COVID-19.
A nanoengineering grad student finds the right way to talk to loved ones.
The author of A Thousand Splendid Suns and The Kite Runner imagines the lessons future generations will learn from our response.
Children’s book author and illustrator Dan Santat ’95 on “The Dandemic,” his online educational series.
A longtime alumni leader reflects on the postponement of the Alumni Center.
A student conveys the sense of still being on campus.
A graduating senior finds her space at home for her final quarter.
A graduating senior finds solace learning a new form of media.
Small business owner Mayly Tao ’12 keeps her small business afloat, while also supporting L.A. area healthcare workers.
Following arm surgery last year, Alyssa Wing was cleared to take the field for her senior year.
With a final water polo season abruptly cut short, graduating scholar-athlete Reilly Gallagher recounts the team’s final days and memories that will last a lifetime.