YSU Seeks Stories of COVID’s Impact for University Archives

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – As part of its effort to document the impact of the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on the community, the University Archives at Youngstown State University are asking students, faculty and staff to share their stores.

Stories, photos and videos will be compiled in the archive’s COVID-10 YSU Experience collection. It also includes websites, email, graphics and social media posts regarding YSU’s response to the pandemic.

“We are looking for short stories about how COVID-19 has affected you,” said Cassie Nespor, curator of the University Archives, in a statement. “It could be about a significant event, surprising experience, loss, change, etc.”

Once stories are reviewed and processed, they will be available in Maag Library’s digital archives.

For more information, contact Nespor at 330 941 3788 or [email protected].

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.