The Absurdity that comes with Learning During a Pandemic

By Saragine Antoine The coronavirus pandemic has drastically changed the way education works. Since March colleges and schools have been closed, and the majority of schools are still closed for the fall semester. The pandemic has changed the way education works by moving all classes online, and virtual learning becoming the new norm. The pandemic… Read More The Absurdity that comes with Learning During a Pandemic

Recovering from the Pandemic by Looking at The Broader Picture

By Natalie Shaffer Since March, movie theaters around the world have been shuttered by the coronavirus pandemic. Film releases have been postponed, released on demand, or delayed indefinitely and audiences continue to stream from home. Six months later, as we are finally seeing chains such as AMC Theaters make corporate decisions to reopen, independent movie… Read More Recovering from the Pandemic by Looking at The Broader Picture

Plum Street: A Cool Glimmer of Hope

By Edwin Wang In an era marked by unprecedented challenge due to the Covid-19 pandemic, no institution or organization has been spared. There has been an abundance of narratives detailing the pain derived from the virus’ disruption; behemoths like Amazon and Google have reported unprecedented upsets to their logistics networks, while businesses large and small… Read More Plum Street: A Cool Glimmer of Hope

Oh Yes! How a Student-Run Start-Up Survived a Pandemic.

By Isaac Koffman As communities across the nation begin the slow, arduous trek back to normality, the businesses built around college towns face a unique set of challenges. The American economy is in shambles, and even online companies have seen their bottom lines contract thanks to the pandemic. However, the economic realities of the coronavirus… Read More Oh Yes! How a Student-Run Start-Up Survived a Pandemic.