Staying healthy — body and mind — during a crisis
As a Physiological Science major and Global Health minor, UCLA junior Patricia Macalalag has a unique perspective on the worries of students and faculty in such a densely populated campus and city. Hear her thoughts on the rapid changes to teaching and learning, and how her areas of study shape her concerns during this current upheaval in education and society.
What is happening on your campus and how has that affected you?
How are your courses changing?
What tools are you using to help you get through the rest of the semester?
What is your advice for other students?
About the author
Patricia Ann Macalalag is a third year Physiological Science major and Global Health minor at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She volunteers at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and is a member of the Interview Committee in Speak Out for Surgery — a club affiliated with Mending Kids. She plans to attend medical school to become a surgeon. Patricia is also a Pearson Campus Ambassador at UCLA.
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