Jennifer S. works at two separate H.E.B. stores in central and West Texas. She was overwhelmed with the changes at both her university and her store during the mid-way point of the month of March. She was working at the start of the panic buying that impacted the H.E.B. store in San Angelo. This audio story delves into her response to the event and how she sees things going forward.
By: Anne Cox Stacey Barcel is one of the owners of a local toy store called Got Toys. With a mandatory “stay home, work safe” order placed on the city of New Braunfels, Stacey’s store is considered a non-essential business. She’s lost her main source of income, and though she’s gotten creative with making sales, […]
By Nellie Leavens When COVID-19 began spreading throughout the United States and the world, schools across the nation either canceled their classes for the rest of the semester or switched to online platforms until further notice. Many medical students are now taking what were designed to be face-to-face classes online now as a result. Alonna […]