Quarantine Q&A: Sophomore Lucas Ramondo

Melissa Dai, Assistant News Editor

This interview was done remotely due to COVID-19 precautions.
What have you enjoyed most about COVID-19 precautions and social distancing?
“The thing I like most about social distancing is my ability to pursue old hobbies such as drawing and cooking, as well as take more time to study the subjects I’m passionate about.”
What is the worst part of COVID-19 precautions and social distancing?
“People. People panic buying and taking all the groceries for themselves (toilet paper) and leaving none for everyone else. Also people not listening to warnings and going to the beach.”
How have you been keeping yourself busy?
“Hobbies, like cooking and drawing, Animal Crossing and studying topics such as python and Chemistry.”
What predictions, hopes or fears do you have?
“I fear that my family will get infected, and I hope that the economy can reboot itself.”
What would you be doing if you weren’t in quarantine right now?
“Going to school and hanging out with friends. Just normal day to day activities.”