Anxiety. Sophomore Isabella Kelly felt anxiety and anger in her mind, and love, and sadness in her stomach during this pandemic. Kelly experienced anxious thoughts when going out and feelings for anger when someone would do something they weren’t supposed to, but she felt grateful to be around her loving family. “Being in quarantine has given all of us time to self reflect and reevaluate our values in life by thinking and drawing a lot,” Kelly said. (Photo by Isabella Kelly)
Anxiety. Sophomore Isabella Kelly felt anxiety and anger in her mind, and love, and sadness in her stomach during this pandemic. Kelly experienced anxious thoughts when going out and feelings for anger when someone would do something they weren’t supposed to, but she felt grateful to be around her loving family. “Being in quarantine has given all of us time to self reflect and reevaluate our values in life by thinking and drawing a lot,” Kelly said.

Photo by Isabella Kelly

Students express isolation emotions in drawings

A roller coaster of emotions characterizes student submissions

May 26, 2021

Students used drawings to express the roller coaster of emotions and feelings brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and self-isolation. Take a look at their submissions and feelings in the gallery below

About the Writer
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Persephone Rap, Staffer
Persephone Rap is a senior and third-year staffer. She has covered many topics and events for yearbook and AGO News, including orchestra, dance, JV girls' soccer, homecoming, foreign language and Beauty Pageant. Rap hopes to cover the orchestra page again and foreign language. She is in varsity choir, yearbook, and theater club, and she loves to sing as her hobby. She wants to study to become a forensic psychiatrist and graduate from the University of Texas at El Paso.  She volunteered at the Humane Society and her church and also sings in the church choir.