Finding ways to adjust to quarantine

By Ines Villarreal Senzatimore

Staff Writer

Over the period of this quarantine, many students (including myself) have had changes to their day-to-day lifestyle. In this photo essay, I will be sharing my own experiences that many people in the school community can relate to. During these times it is so vital to keep ourselves busy and in touch with everyone. 

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I have been working on my Expeditions courses. PHOTO CREDIT: Ines Villarreal Senzatimore

 

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Additionally, I have been working on my core classes. PHOTO CREDIT: Ines Villarreal Senzatimore

 

Left: During quarantine, many like myself have been cooking or learning new skills. Above is a picture of milk tea and boba. PHOTO CREDIT: Ines Villarreal Senzatimore

Right: Above is another image of me cooking during quarantine, making stir fry vegetables. PHOTO CREDIT: Ines Villarreal Senzatimore

 

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Many students have been taking walks or hikes during quarantine to spend some time in nature. PHOTO CREDIT: Ines Villarreal Senzatimore

 

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This is another image of the scenery. PHOTO CREDIT: Ines Villarreal Senzatimore

 

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During this time, it is also important to mention that many students are participating in hobbies outside of school. Recently, I have been using this time to paint. PHOTO CREDIT: Ines Villarreal Senzatimore

 

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Here is another painting expressing the emotions that many feel in this period of time. PHOTO CREDIT: Ines Villarreal Senzatimore

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This painting also represents the many emotions that we can connect with. PHOTO CREDIT: Ines Villarreal Senzatimore
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This painting was the cover of “Vogue Portugal,” which expresses a very powerful statement on the time we live in. PHOTO CREDIT: Ines Villarreal Senzatimore

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