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Quarantivities and Stories #21: Top 5 Movies I’ve Watched During Quarantine

Quarantivities and Stories #21: Top 5 Movies I’ve Watched During Quarantine

Grace Yang, Staff Writter April 1, 2021

Like many others, I’ve been unable to go outside as frequently during the pandemic, so I’ve been left with more free time to watch movies. Here are a couple films that I enjoyed and highly recommend,...

Quarantivities and Stories #20: Finding Silver Linings

Quarantivities and Stories #20: Finding Silver Linings

Anaisha Das, Staff Writter March 28, 2021

About a week ago, I couldn’t help but start thinking about how life changed after March 13, 2020, the day when everything seemed to stop. No one would have ever predicted the impact that COVID-19 would...

Quarantivities and Stories #19: Celebrating Under Lockdown

Quarantivities and Stories #19: Celebrating Under Lockdown

Erika Spargo, Staff Writer March 28, 2021

Ah, holidays! Aren’t they great? I mean, you get together with grandparents and cousins (and that one aunt with pungent Nordstrom perfume) and eat spreads of cultural or traditional food while celebrating...

Quarantivities and Stories #18: The Beauty of Nature is Often Overlooked

Quarantivities and Stories #18: The Beauty of Nature is Often Overlooked

Jennifer Sheng, Staff Writter March 28, 2021

Quarantine is no exception to enjoying nature and the ecosystems that enclose us. Although a lot of social interactions between friends have been significantly hindered as a result of the current pandemic,...

Quarantivities and Stories #17: 5 things you can do to cure your boredom

Quarantivities and Stories #17: 5 things you can do to cure your boredom

Charvi Magam, Staff Writter March 23, 2021

Over a year has passed since the infamous March 13th. At first, many of us were looking forward to getting two weeks off of school to relax and binge-watch TV shows; but as time went on, we realized that...

Quarantivities and Stories #16: Missing Travel Amidst This Pandemic

Quarantivities and Stories #16: Missing Travel Amidst This Pandemic

Nikita Bankar, Staff Writer March 23, 2021

After spending months in quarantine, staring mindlessly at my computer screen and remaining confined to my home almost every extended day of the week, made me realize that there was far too much that I...

Quarantivities and Stories #15: My Top Five Recipes

Quarantivities and Stories #15: My Top Five Recipes

Shreya Jagannathan, Staff Writer March 23, 2021

Since the pandemic has started we’ve found ourselves trying multiple things and doing different activities we hadn’t had time for in the past. Some of us have gotten into reading, dancing, writing,...

Quarantivities & Stories #14: Family Bonding During COVID

Quarantivities & Stories #14: Family Bonding During COVID

Nikita Bankar, Staff Writer March 14, 2021

Our world, as we know it, is a beautiful, wonderful place. Birds sing, and flowers dance in the summertime breeze. People chatter on park benches and in movie theaters. We party, sing and laugh with others....

TikTok songs are ever-popular with the app growing, but some songs remain iconic throughout the years.

Quarantivities & Stories #13: The top 10 TikTok songs that live in my mind rent-free at all times

Mahika Arya, Web Manager December 7, 2020

Quarantine has made us all super nostalgic for the good old days, with the revival of childhood memories like Avatar, baking and Animal Crossing — it’s only expected that we’d return to music to...

Quarantivities & Stories #12: Staying optimistic during lockdown

Quarantivities & Stories #12: Staying optimistic during lockdown

Shruthi Narayanan, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor May 22, 2020

It can be hard to feel optimistic during this lockdown. As someone who usually tries to see the bright side of things, it has been slightly disheartening to read news reports treating this like doomsday...

Quarantivities & Stories #11: A teacher perspective

Quarantivities & Stories #11: A teacher perspective

Rachel Decker, Staff Adviser May 18, 2020

I went to school today, to drop off some things for the Tribune, as well as use the printer. I was the only person on campus, aside from Officer Williams. All the lights were off. I tried not to touch...

Locked down at home, senior Hadas Tankel has been able to afford more time for her family and dogs.

Quarantivities & Stories #10: Peeking into quarantine

Harshita Neralla and Daniel Shen May 14, 2020

Despite the physical distance that separates us during lockdown, we maintain a sense of connection through texts, calls, social media — various "windows" through which we may still see and hear each...

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