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Emma Custis interviews Fritz Farrow, a 22-year-old senior student that studies political science and journalism, via Zoom about the impact of COVID-19 on his life. Fritz expands upon his involvement within student government as the senate president. He talks about how he copes with the pandemic by keeping in touch with family and watching shows to keep himself easy to handle. He discusses the move online from the perspective of journalism and political science. Fritz concludes that preparation is critical to going through a pandemic. He also adds that people should be thinking more on a societal level instead of an individual level.
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University of Central Florida – Students; University of Central Florida; COVID-19 (Disease); University of Central Florida -- Students -- Societies and clubs; College students -- Florida -- Orlando -- Social life and customs; Campus Safety
Place of Birth
Queens, New York, United States
Political Science and Journalism
Custis, Emma, "Fritz Farrow Interview" (2020). UCF COVID-19 Memory Project. 13.