Voice of UWest Students: Time of Challenges & Healing

A joint project between the Sociology 100 and Service Learning 100 classes aim to highlight the COVID-19 pandemic experience from the perspective of students.

Students will be sharing their challenges and healing experience during the past two years. The goal is to be “heard” as a way to heal and connect while normalizing the experiences with others.

The project invites the public to attend, as well as to participate in the healing process. The event will take place on Thursday, November 18 from 1:00 to 2:20pm Pacific Time in Room ED 300B. Participants could also attend via Zoom (ID: 232 710 0366).

Everyone is welcomed.

Voice of UWest Students flyer


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