Since the cancelation of on-campus classes after Spring Break and the governor’s “stay at home” order, Alabama students have been left without campus housing and their possessions. Gov. Kay Ivey is expected to address the order Tuesday.
Since the coronavirus outbreak, there have been many cancellations of events and changes in plans to ensure public safety and to overall flatten the curve. Students at the University of Alabama share their experiences with the new reality and changes they are having to face
You’re graduating. The economy’s suffering. People are getting sick. There are many reasons you might get anxious during COVID-19 – here are some ways to manage it.
On Saturday, April 4, Governor Kay Ivey issued a stay at home order for the state of Alabama. It has now been three weeks and by looking at social media, people are eager to get back to normal.
Parents are becoming full-time teachers while juggling working from home since COVID-19 put the state under “stay at home” guidelines.
Hockey, basketball, soccer, baseball, racing – COVID-19 cut the spring sporting season short, leaving fans to watch re-runs, documentaries and virtual competitions.
Quarantine means different things for different people. Some have missed out on sports, others graduation. Meanwhile, others are working out in the world.
Bored in quarantine? Here are five things you can do to support your mental health and well-being.