Category: COVID-19

A day in the life of junior Lindsey Salomone

A day in the life of junior Lindsey Salomone

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, there have been drastic changes in the lives of all civilians, including students. In the hopes of not falling into a dull routine, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School junior Lindsey Salomone is determined to remain active.  The quarantine […]

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Seth and Jason Klein decided to shave off their hair during the pandemic. Photo by Samantha Goldblum

People try new hairstyles during quarantine

As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many people are staying isolated at home. All this extra free time has led to people trying new things with their appearances. Experimenting with clothing, makeup and even new body workouts are ways to pass time. One […]

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Students are feeling down while being isolated

How are students feeling about the school year being cut short?

Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in the United States, students all across the nation are now being forced to stay isolated indoors and remain socially distant. As a result, schools have cut the physical school year short, converting to online schooling to allow students […]

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Local farms offer produce boxes for low-contact pickup

Local farms offer produce boxes for low-contact pickup

During this COVID-19 crisis, grocery stores often evoke images of post-apocalyptic films: customers anxiously roaming the aisles, masked and gloved, quickly filling their carts. However, local farms have begun to offer adaptive services to the community during the crisis. Local farms like Bedner’s Family Farms […]

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[Opinion]: President Trump is putting people in danger with his health suggestions

[Opinion]: President Trump is putting people in danger with his health suggestions

On April 23, President Trump gave a press conference intended to brief reporters on the White House’s response to COVID-19 that shook the nation. Amid the current pandemic panic, he, along with many other countries, has been scrambling to find a miracle cure for the […]

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Junior Rebecca Blanco-Bulhoes cuts the fabric for masks going to frontline workers.

Junior Rebecca Blanco-Bulhoes makes masks with her family for frontline workers

With over a million COVID-19 cases in the United States, frontline workers are working every day to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Since these employees are essential to aiding those affected by COVID-19, some families are helping them by providing necessary items such as […]

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Heidi Klum bathes in sunlight as she comments on her negative coronavirus test result.

[Opinion] Celebrities have an unfair advantage towards medical treatment and coronavirus testing than the general public

Skipping lines at popular clubs and V.I.P treatment at high-end social events is not too difficult for the rich and influential to receive. Well-known celebrities, politicians and social media influencers understand that when they play their cards right, their great wealth, influence and personal connections […]

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The City of Coral Springs distributes food to community members at Coral Square Mall

The City of Coral Springs distributes food to community members at Coral Square Mall

Feeding South Florida is an organization based in Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe county. Working as a domestic hunger-relief organization, they are feeding 25% of the state’s population that cannot afford daily meals. The organization’s goal is to ultimately “unite the community around hunger […]

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President Donald Trump has floated the possibility of reopening parts of the economy by May 1. Public health experts have warned that may not be realistic. [ABACA PRESS/ TNS]

[Opinion] It’s too soon for the economy to open in coronavirus pandemic

Amidst the current coronavirus pandemic, the world has come to a screeching halt. With the closure of all non-essential businesses and over 1.5 billion people being told to stay home, the economies of many countries, including the United States, have felt the virus’ adverse effects.  […]

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Wearing personal protective equipment, nurse April Bandi cares for a patient under investigation with possible COVID-19 symptoms inside a special negative pressure isolation room at the Emergency Department at Sharp Memorial Hospital on April 10, 2020 in San Diego, Calif. (Marcus Yam/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Students worry about parents who work as healthcare workers during the rise of COVID-19

Healthcare workers around the world have been fighting on the front lines against the spread of the coronavirus. They are putting themselves and their families at risk in order to help others recover. Due to spending copious amounts of time in hospitals with patients infected […]

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