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Scott Galloway interviews Saori “SJ” Lorkowski, a 22-year-old alumni that studied statistics and minored in mathematics, via Zoom about the impact of COVID-19 on her life. SJ discusses her experience moving online with her classes as she experienced issues with the change of modality. She lamented the early struggles of a student that has experienced the traditional in person lectures of college. Lorkowski discussed her living situation as rushed and hectic regarding moving out. When discussing graduation, SJ discussed how she was disappointed with being unable to walk in the ceremony. She mentions her part time job at the Rosen College as a lab technician and the support that UCF gave her to continue her occupation within the quarantine. The pandemic has continued to affect her post-graduation job search as she was scheduled to teach English overseas in Japan prior to the virus. SJ continues to be patient with the promised job yet hopes that the pandemic may conclude.
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University of Central Florida; COVID-19 (Disease); University of Central Florida – Students; Student activities – Florida – Orlando; COVID-19 (Disease) – Social Aspects.; University of Central Florida – Employees
Galloway, Scott, "Saori Lorkowski Interview" (2021). UCF COVID-19 Memory Project Interviews. 32.