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 Arrion Ellis In a time of uncertainty, the YMCA, a non-profit organization, worked to create a regimen that would put many minds at ease and continue normal operation for children, parents, and staff within their communities. Although COVID-19 placed the Y in an awkward position where physical activity thrives, the organization crafted a plan […]
By Ally Bolenderalb304@txstate.edu THE WOODLANDS — As Montgomery County, Texas enforces quarantine, closure of non-essential businesses and a curfew, Texas students are required to do schooling at home, isolate from friends and spend more time with their family. Gracie Bolender (18), Jackson Bolender (14) and Carson Bolender (9) are siblings from The Woodlands, TX. Gracie […]
by Jaime Covarrubias AUSTIN, Texas— COVID-19 has made a colossal impact on the entire world. When news began to spread, I did not anticipate the world to be how it is now. Changes to our everyday routine can be hard to get used to, especially if you’re someone like me who is always on their […]