VANNELLA, MAIRI – There is, quite literally, hardly a person in the world whose personal life or career hasn’t been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. School buildings are closed for extended periods, everyone who isn’t an essential worker is working from home, and shoppers have lost their collective minds over toilet paper (even though the […]
Zoom. Schoolology. Google Classroom. These digital platforms are all seeing an increase in use during the COVID-19 pandemic while educators across the world make the monumental shift from face-to-face teaching to 100% online teaching. Infographic sources: Rice University Schools extending Spring Break Gov. Abbott temporarily closes schools and restricts meetings to 10 people or less […]
On one late Thursday, the non-profit Catalyst Collective hosted a Guys Movie Night Out at the Moviehouse & Eatery in Northwest Austin. The meet up began with an hour of discussion and drinks, which was then followed by the viewing of the action movie Bloodshot. Although the movie night was a guys centered event, there […]
I needed the world to pause. I needed my world to pause. Quarantine, for me, has been a heaven-sent. Find out why.
by Roman Ysaguirre In early March, college campuses across the United States responded to the coronavirus pandemic by canceling club meetings, sporting events and in person class sessions. Texas State University responded within the same time frame. With rapidly updating information, it can become disorientating and overwhelming. This video serves as a reminder of the […]
By Belle Rushing, email@example.com HOUSTON– COVID-19 has scared many shoppers into believing that stocking up on items at home will keep them afloat during this time of social distancing. This has caused grocery stores across the country to be unable to meet the demands of shoppers. Items like toilet paper, hand sanitizer and cleaning products […]
By Ally Bolenderalb304@txstate.edu THE WOODLANDS, TX — Fears of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) called for closures of schools all over the country. Conroe Independent School District (CISD) closed schools on April 17 for the rest of the semester. Carson Bolender is a third grade student at Coulson Tough Elementary of CISD. He began online school on March […]
Many businesses were forced to close or entirely change their way of business when the shelter-in-place mandates were put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19. Local small businesses have been severely impacted because of this. Dean Siracusa, founder and president of both Orange Coworking and Summer Hawk Optics, said his businesses have been […]
By Anne Cox I’m a graduating senior in the class of 2020 at Texas State University. In the very early stages of coronavirus, before there were even a lot of confirmed cases in the US, I remember thinking that there was no possible way that it would get to this level. It felt far away, […]
The outbreak of the coronavirus, all over the world, has greatly affected eating as a whole.