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By Joe Isaacson I took the two weeks of spring break to just relax my body and mind. It was still kind of a shock to hear that the college was actually going through with moving everything online. During those two weeks of spring break, I was able to catch up on a lot...
By Cali Godwin My quarantine has been somewhat of a rollercoaster. I’ve had my good days, but I’ve also had my bad and stressful days. Since I was able to leave the dorms, my fiancé met me in Denver to take me to him hometown of Cody, Wyoming. Being in Cody was tough at...
By Raegan Kleppe Shannon Lorance is a respiratory therapist that works at Texoma Medical Center in Sherman, Texas. She became a respiratory therapist in 1994 when she graduated from Collin County Community College in McKinney, Texas. Before college she went to McKinney High School and graduated from there in 1992. Lorance decided she wanted...
By David Ross This virus has affected everybody in different ways. For me, it gave me a different perspective on time. There are 24 hours in a day. We all know that, but once you sit back with no real obligations and think about all the possible outcomes, you view time differently. I’ve been...
By Mason Duffey The coronavirus has affected everyone here in the United States, and nearly everyone across the globe. Local, state and federal government has enforced changes on how everyday life is to be run. In some places, such as California, a state-wide lockdown was issued. In other places,...
By Duce Chairs Ever since this quarantine started to happen around the world, it started to affect people badly to where even their jobs were shutting down due to the virus. Lucky for me, I started to work and I’m lucky to even say that with the chaos going on in the world. Overall,...
By Raegan Kleppe The Coronavirus started in December of 2019 in Wuhan, China and it eventually started spreading to other countries in January of 2020. It reached the United States in February of 2020 and has rapidly spread since then and it only seems to be getting worse. That is why there has now...
Press Release Provided MANHATTAN, Kan. May 8, 2020— 4-H is built on personal interactions between youth and caring adults, and without in-person activities, Kansas 4-H and Rock Springs Ranch are facing the challenge of delivering 4-H in new ways. The COVID-19 4-H Resilience Fund was created to support the critical and immediate needs of...
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https://youtu.be/pMtzEp8g4cI Travon took pictures to tell the story of his week of Monday, April 27-Saturday, May 2, 2020, during the COVID-19 shelter-at-home order. Pictures: Monday: Showing my mom my manly caveman look and that I need my hair done and a haircut.Tuesday: Sent a...