COVID-19 has made unprecedented changes in our world.
There was almost anticipation in the air like we could feel this virus was not a good thing, but we didn’t realize just how far its course would be ran. As much as we may seem more divided than united, this virus has shown the tenacity of human beings.
We see citizens overseas in Europe and Spain banning together and singing from their balconies, playing music, and cheering for healthcare workers. There are videos online of how one can go about making a homemade mask with a few household items in order to protect ourselves further.
We may not be conquering the virus as quickly as we would like, but I do believe would should acknowledge our small feats and be proud of that. I chose to document this time in my life as I feel like hardship and change are very telling of a person.
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 Roman Ysaguirre The novel coronavirus outbreak began at the end of 2019 in Wuhan China. The epidemic in China quickly spiraled into a full fledged pandemic by March 2020. Lockhart Texas and the broader Caldwell County area has been affected to a lesser extent, compared to places such as the state of New York, […]