What does it mean to return home when a pandemic forces the world to stop? And what does it mean to return when your parents suffer from Diogenes Syndrome? Claire McFee explores this feeling in this autobiographical video essay and seeks a new meaning for the word “home”.

Mia Lee’s powerful reflection in this video essay on the condition of human beings. Why do we often desperately seek order in everything we do, in each of our creations? Is there something we miss, something we aspire to, something we yearn for without knowing it?

Even those on the front lines aren’t immune to the financial casualties of COVID-19. Dozens of healthcare workers at an emergency room in southeast Tennessee receive devastating cuts to their salaries—but the real cost could be the lives of their patients. When 26-year-old Carl Montgomery comes home from work, he immediately strips down, showers, and…

The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically revealed our most fundamental needs and wants. Central to this struggle is the conflict between social responsibility and social interaction, which is particularly evident in lower-risk groups: teenagers and young adults. Thus, emerges a new conflict; how does classic rebellion in youth translate to action during a pandemic? Young adults…