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Poem that relates to the overwhelming events of the past week, but also historical nature, and the black experience during Covid 19 and meditative breathe and the importance of breathing with a respiratory infection like Covid 19. Yet the image of…

This is a poem written on Memorial Day during the Covid-19 pandemic to honor and remember those in our lives who have been lost before, despite, or because of Covid-19.

"There’s a poignancy to being a swimmer now, in that we’re not able to do it just when we need it most. But even though public pools are closed and we are limited in the wild places where we can swim, thinking about immersion in our favorite watering…

An impromptu poem written after being unexpectedly overcome with tears by seemingly quotidian call for donations to a COVID relief fund penned by a former professor and intended for a community that I deeply miss and, perhaps, over-romanticize.

Crowley_Patrick - Footsteps.pdf
This poem is a stream of consciousness musing on a number of things that quarantine raises for me. The act of creation versus consumption; the idea of our debt to technicians as much as creators, as much to craftsmen as artists; worries over th…

This piece is about how COVID-19 reinforced my opinions on our current president and national government.

A photo series of the coronavirus pandemic in my hometown of Ansonia, Conn. To document the changes around my hometown and to see the people and lives of others being effected.

An interactive timeline and its associated dataset correlating the spread of COVID-19 and administrative responses at the Connecticut state and SCSU institutional level.

Drawing 6.jpg
This is a drawing that I did as a part of my final series for Introductory Drawing II this past semester. It depicts an image of a photograph that I took at the beginning of my senior year on Southern’s campus. It was a rainy day as I was walking…
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