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Scott Galloway interviews Gwenyth Andrews, a 21-year-old junior student that studies Elementary Education, via Zoom about the impact of COVID-19 on her life. Gwenyth is an officer of the Anime Club, one of the university’s registered student organizations (RSO), and as such, she speaks on the issues of booking rooms and dealing with a pandemic while maintaining club participation. She discusses how transferring classes to online was an adjustment as well. Gwenyth also mentions some hobbies she has picked up to maintain her sanity going through the pandemic. Gwenyth concludes that while normalcy may not be achieved, it is vital to continue having your guard up and remain focused on maintaining regulations to minimize the spread of the virus even as the vaccine is being deployed.
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University of Central Florida; COVID-19 (Disease); University of Central Florida – Students; COVID-19 (Disease)--Social aspects.; College students -- Florida -- Orlando -- Social life and customs; Student activities -- Florida – Orlando; University of Central Florida -- Students -- Societies and clubs; Campus Safety
Date of Birth
Place of Birth
Kissimmee, Florida, United States
Galloway, Scott, "Gwenyth Andrews Interview" (2021). UCF COVID-19 Memory Project Interviews. 37.