Being outside does not sound as deadly as it once did before, so long as people aren’t being reckless and the proper precautions are taken.
President Joe Biden’s Covid relief plan was overshadowed by yet another mass shooting. In March there were two mass shootings that made headlines.
Female gamers interested in video games should be encouraged and their talents fostered as much as male gamers when it comes to esports and gaming.
LAUSD’s aim to reopen schools for in-person learning to kids in Kindergarten is admirable but it is still too soon.
The world is still in a pandemic and students must be mindful of the situation.
Theme parks are getting ready to reopen, which may be good for society as a whole.
I beg ELAC students to take the COVID vaccine. Students main goal this semester should not be to get an A, but a V for ‘Vaccine’
The babies born during the COVID-19 pandemic are not COVID babies. 2020 will forever be etched in history as the year when things changed. Under all the uncertainty there were women who had to face the new reality and vulnerability of pregnancy, childbirth and parenting.
In what has been a struggling year and a half for most will finally have some sense of normalcy. ELAC will have limited in-person classes returning for the fall semester. It will have been well over a year since ELAC campus was forced to suspend in-person classes due to the COVID-19 virus but it seems like that will change during Fall.
Animals of any species can make a positive impact in both a person’s life and on their mental health. Through the pandemic, many people have become victims to their own anxieties. After having to stay in doors for over a year, having a four-legged pal or scaly skin reptile has helped many ELAC students cope with anxiety and depression.