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.
Seven Weeks of Quarantine
Austin, Texas—As we approach the end of the second month of quarantine, I’m taking a look back at the past seven weeks, as my husband and I pass the long days enjoying nature and time with our pets. Adventures in Cooking I began my quarantine on March 13, and I quickly realized I needed a […]
Learning Digitally: Educators shift to online learning in response to COVID-19.
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 […]
Prop A Fails to Save Austin Now
By Kara Valentine Three-segment feature: Prop A’s Landslide Loss by Austin Voters, Officer Shortage and Reimagining the APD, Understaffed Police Leave Burglary Victim to Collect own Evidence. An in-depth look at Austin, Texas politics, Austin City Council, Austin Police Department and the community affected. Prop A’s Landslide Loss by Austin Voters As Austin voters reject […]