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About the Coronavirus

2020-04-03

Affirmations

2020-04-07

We are all essential.

2020-05-10

2020-06-12 - 2020-06-13

Emerson Endures: Documenting Our Shared COVID-19 Experience illustrates the affect the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the Emerson College community; it contains original works created and submitted by faculty, staff, and students and includes writings, poetry, images, audio and video recordings, artwork, and other records illustrating the impact.

2020

It was the first week of ZOOM and it was hard on students after having LIVE class. Thought we could sign Emerson Strong and it inspired all of us.

2020-03-26

A recap of my experiences at ELA, which was suddenly disrupted by COVID-19.

2020-03-23

A lab director at Brigham & Women's hospital, Melissa 'Lis' Gorman's hand washing protocol is so intensive that she moisturizes her hands every night after work to repair the cracked and dry skin.

2020-04-28

Melissa 'Lis' Gorman, a lab director at Brigham & Women's hospital, discards one of many masks in a designated box in the backseat of her car.

2020-04-28

Melissa 'Lis' Gorman, a lab director at Brigham & Women's hospital, dons her mask before leaving for work at 5:00am every morning.

2020-04-28

2020-05-31

Dedicated to my black family members, friends, and neighbors. I see you. I hear you. I stand with you.

2020-06-01

2020-04-11

This is a stream-of-consciousness-esque poem that embodies the frustration I was feeling. People dying each day from COVID-19. Black individuals dying at the hands of the police. The realization that we cannot trust the government to make the right decisions to protect us.

2020-07-22

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Images of potted blooms & plants.

2020-04-17

Melissa 'Lis' Gorman, a lab director at Brigham & Women's hospital, adjusts her mask before leaving for work. Neglecting to do so causes glasses to fog.

2020-04-28

Melissa 'Lis' Gorman, a lab director at Brigham & Women's hospital, finds her glasses fogged up frequently throughout the day as a result of her mask becoming loose.

2020-04-28

Outside of Trader Joe at Seaport

2020-04-19

Workers outside of Trader Joes measuring 6 feet

2020-04-19

A Puppy left in a car

2020-04-19

Staff measuring 6 feet outside of Trader Joe's

2020-04-19

Sunny Sunday at Seaport Front

2020-04-19

2020-04-05

The key rack next to my front door, now we hang our masks there too.

2020-04-14

A staff outside of Dunkin Donuts

2020-04-12

Two Men chatting at Boylston Station.

2020-04-19

My experience in lockdown in Argentina

2020-04-19

Emerson's Top Chefs was a community event for employees of Emerson that was facilitated via Zoom. We had asked for 3 volunteers to do a 15 minute cooking demo for people to watch and learn a new recipe. We then had sign-ups for people to watch the Zoom event and we had roughly 35 people watching the 3 talented cooks. There was a lot of chatting in the chat section of the call by viewers and a smattering of questions answered by the chefs after they finished cooking. It was a wonderful success to bring people together.

2020-04-30

Speech Language Pathologist providing treatment for COVID19 + patients at a Skilled Nursing Facility.

2020-04-30

A picture of some graffiti taken on a power transmission tower in the Burlington Landlocked Forest.

2020-05-02

Reported commentary of my experience leaving ELA

2020-04-10

President Lee Pelton congratulates graduating seniors on the day commencement was to be held but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

2020-05-10

Jim Hoppe, Dean of Campus Life, congratulates Class of 2020 seniors.

2020-05-09

A personal narrative on the moments leading to the pandemic, how it was handled after everyone abruptly left campus

2020-06-12 - 2020-06-15

It is a set of four poems on grief due to the pandemic.

2020-08-29

This was my interpretation of an assignment given in my voice class in which I was instructed to write a monologue about what I believe in. The only perimeters in filming this piece that was originally meant to be performed in a studio, was that our audience must believe us.

2020-03-20

Woman resting on the bench in the Common

2020-04-19

A story and photo of neighbors helping neighbors.

2020-04-17

Adorable pets organized a zoom call with approximately 80 Emerson staff members

2020-04-02

2020-04-03

A personal narrative on how COVID-19 has affected my college life and ELA experience.

2020-04-01

As the Video Production Manager in the Office of Marketing, I worked with the Annual Giving team to produce this video thanking donors who collectively contributed over $75,000 to help students get home safely and supply them with the necessary tools to complete their coursework.

2020-04-08

This is a fiction story that I wrote for my Art of Fiction class. I first wrote a nonfiction piece about my experience at home during COVID-19, then turned that piece into a fictional piece. In the nonfiction piece, I describe how my mother has taken to baking bread, and in the second piece I turn this idea of baking into a crazy tale... I don't want to give away the ending! I had a lot of fun writing this piece, and it has been a good way to cope with being home during this surreal time. Writing fictional tales is like an escape from the current situation of the world, and I will be writing many more pieces in the future!

2020-04-28

2020-04-25

This piece is a two part submission created as my final for my Art of Fiction class. Leaps of Maturity is a non-fiction piece that traverses into my thoughts as I was planning my trip home and the best course of action as the college decided to move all of its students off campus. Famished Husks is a fantastical fiction piece created to embody the central theme of Leaps of Maturity while establishing its own story - students trying to escape the city during a zombie apocalypse.

2020-04-24

A short commentary of a graduating senior on the crisis at hand.

2020-03-23

An experimental short film/art vlog documenting the transition between leaving Boston and arriving back home in Tucson

2020-06-12 - 2020-06-14

This is a short documentary detailing my experience with quarantine in a major city.

2020-04-14

Wavy Remnants, is a piece my partner, who is a musician, and I collaborated on together to pinpoint our general state of mind during Covid-19. The long stretches of time can feel chaotic with uncertainty and yet, contemplative and calming. And so we create to send a piece of peace and healing, with a reminder we all must take care of each other always.

2020-07-19

A nonfiction account of my plane flight back home.

2020-04-29

A fictional account of my plane ride back home

2020-04-29

A first person narrative account of the day that I lost my job due to COVID-19

2020-04-26

One Emerson, a projection of digital art on the side of the Little Building to commemorate Emerson’s Class of 2020 and other graduating seniors whose commencement ceremonies were postponed due to COVID-19.

2020-05-16

The culmination of the Emerson Entrepreneurial Studies (E3) Students' year long experience in entrepreneurship, showcases their video pitches for individual startup ventures developed during the program. This year, the annual pitch competition event was virtual due to the pandemic restraints in the U.S. and across the world. But that didn't stop the resilient E3 students from delivering creative and impactful startup ideas in a virtual competition. Watch the video with all the elements of what would have been the big event on campus celebrating student entrepreneurs at Emerson College. Cash awards are presented to the top three student ventures, scored by a panel of external judges. In Addition, one student is awarded a $1,500 scholarship fund, chosen by the E3 Program Director and Assistant Dean, Lu Ann Reeb and the E3 cohort choses the recipient of the Entrepreneurial Spirit award.

2020-04-29

A poem/lyric that is a call to unity and an offer of hope during these difficult and divisive times.

2020-08-07

Part 1) Is a 1st-person nonfiction narrative account of my experience back to Boston from Phoenix during this unsettling time of the Covid-19 pandemic. Part 2) Written in a fantastical alternate point-of-view that can read as “autobiographical fiction.”

2020-04-29

A semester recap video highlighting the tumultuous ride of 82 Emerson College study abroad students as they navigate the spread of COVID-19.

2020-04-23

This video was created for my final project in Ken Cheeseman's Acting for the Camera class. It is made up of footage I took leaving my 3 week quarantine in Boston, briefly stopping at my grandparents' house in Delaware, and finally arriving home in Chesterfield, VA where I am now. The project was inspired by the limitations I have experienced in learning how to create film and most notably the restrictions on movement given the circumstances of quarantine.

2020-04-27

WE BREATHE AS ONE is an original song/video, an anthem for today and tomorrow. It is a call for unity and an offer of hope during these difficult times...

2020-09-20

My mother, Helen Virginia Gutierrez Zwick, died unexpectedly on July 17, 2020. Her cause of death was COVID-19 pneumonia. After an article was published in The Miami Herald profiling her career in social work, the German magazine Der Spiegel reached out to me for an interview. My mother was one of 50 people profiled internationally, and one of four Americans featured in the cover story. The article, of course, is in German. I received my complimentary copy from the publisher October 19, 2020, mailed from Germany. The sympathy card is from a friend in Toronto, who mailed me two additional copies of the issue. Wear a mask.

2020-10-19

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