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This interview was conducted as part of the Fall 2020 HIS3600, Professionalizing History Majors, class. Maria Muratti interviews Marco Muratti, a 26-year-old senior computer engineer student, via Zoom about the impact of COVID-19 on his life. Marco was taking one of his last semesters once COVID-19 became something more serious than what everyone thought. Marco explains how his courses moving online didn't impact his lifestyle and how entertainment like video games and Netflix were a big part of maintaining a healthy mental state. He also talks about his opinions on how the university handled the pandemic and the impact that other students had on his life.
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Muratti, Maria G., "Marco Muratti Interview" (2020). UCF COVID-19 Memory Project Interviews. 30.