Staying at home during quarantine can cause students to lose motivation in their school work due to the repetitive routines and lack of socialization. These are some things people can do to stay motivated and healthy in quarantine.
Due to Covid-19, events of mass gatherings across the world have been postponed or canceled. But it has also affected events or gatherings at home such as birthday parties, baby showers, weddings, and graduation parties perfect for the springtime and sunny weather days.
Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, college classes have moved from in person to mostly online. However, doing online classes felt easier than attending classes in person.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey informed employees that they have the option of working from home permanently, even after lockdown of stay-at-home orders, as long as employees’ roles enable them. Twitter is shifting to going fully virtual and has wanted to reach its emphasis of supporting a distributed workforce capable of working from anywhere.
Social Media platforms have really taken over daily lifestyles. From constantly being attached to a mobile device to check up on friends to controlling the amount of following individuals have on Instagram, Facebook, etc it seems like a never ending trap.
With College campuses closed for the rest of the semester due to COVID-19 transfer-students are not able to tour campuses. This unique situation brings forth another way students can evaluate transfer options
Many classes have students who enjoy talking with or talking over the professor, whether that be agreeing with them or adding what they believe to be a funny comment.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, California has plans to release around 3,500 inmates from prison early as the virus spreads throughout the prison system.
Despite Governor Gavin Newsom’s good intentions in wanting to reopen the economy, his current plan would not be good in the long run.
Grab-and-go meals are proof that there is just as much good in the world as there is evil.