by Alexandria Zine As COVID-19 reveals no indication of ceasing the CDC and healthcare workers are emphasizing that everyone gathers their armor-- mask and gloves-- before entering public atmospheres, such as grocery stores. The mask is a facet of the frontlines for optimal protection and the reason that there is a substantial amount of emphasis … Continue reading The New Normal: the task of creating an adequate mask.
By Reece Roth While the current COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the planet, many of society’s everyday actions have been drastically changed in order to prevent any further spreading of the virus. One of the biggest methods of prevention has been the introduction of social distancing into everyday life. Many people have heard this … Continue reading In the Age of Social Distancing.
photo courtesy of istockphoto.com By Alexandria Zine Along with the healthcare system, the education system must confront the obstacles of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many facets of daily life are rolling over to simplicity, with one’s home space transforming into a work environment. What is the status quo from this point forward? Well, these numerous changes … Continue reading A postsecondary education shifts for the post-pandemic life.
photo courtesy of vitalthrills.com By Garrett Spagone No film is safe from the inhibiting capabilities of COVID-19. Just about every single movie planned with a 2020 release date has been delayed to some extent, and for good reason too. With social distancing being the new norm, gathering an entire cast and crew for shooting is … Continue reading Movie release plans forced to change due to calls for social distancing.
Photo by Edward A. Rogers, courtesy of the Library of Congress. By Reece Roth With the current state of the planet, many have been looking back on previous diseases and how they’ve swept through the world. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is not the first that Earth has experienced, and the one that many seem to … Continue reading 1918 vs. 2020: How Do the Pandemics Compare?
by Joshua Nawoichik As Cape Cod Community College (4Cs) students returned from their spring break to a completely new style of learning remotely they were faced with a similar lack of motivation that working from home seems to be inhibiting on students nationwide. Students now forced to move back and complete the year online are … Continue reading Students face motivational struggles as learning goes remote during pandemic.
photo courtesy of viewerscommentary.com by Joshua Nawoichik We find ourselves with many options to keep ourselves entertained during the Coronavirus pandemic. Many of us delegate that task to our television or a puzzle. Maybe it’s time to pull out an old book that was stored in some forgotten corner of the house. If you are … Continue reading Movie and book recommendations for hours of at-home entertainment.
photo courtesy of drivenforward.com by Jhteneck Duran The Coronavirus has affected all of us in some way. We have never experienced anything like this in our lives and it is very scary. The virus is killing people by the thousands, in countries all across the world. Many homeowners are extremely stressed out and fearful of … Continue reading People deal with money uncertainties during global pandemic.
By Reece Roth In the age of the COVID-19 virus, many people wonder what they can do to keep themselves occupied as they stay in quarantine and practice social distancing. With most buildings closed and laws in place preventing a good majority of social outings, it has led people to find alternatives to keep themselves … Continue reading How one game is helping society through isolation.
by Jhteneck Duran We all have different ways of dealing with the terrible pandemic caused by the Coronavirus. Whether it is staying inside, washing hands, or bringing hand sanitizer everywhere you go. We are all doing what we can to keep ourselves and our families safe. But what if you have to go outside to … Continue reading Staying safe while shopping during time of social distancing.