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Black Lives Matter

Feature by Kabria Dame I was asked to write this paper a week ago, but during that time I was very angry, scared, lost, numb. I did not know how to put exactly how I felt onto paper. I wanted to make sure that the people reading this not only hear me, but feel me. … Continue reading Black Lives Matter

Living, Teaching, and Finding Community Despite Madrid Quarantine

By: Tim Riordan I have been procrastinating in writing this piece for a bit because I think by doing so I am admitting that my life has changed — and because I tend to procrastinate.  After studying abroad in Alicante, Spain, and a positive experience as a teacher’s assistant, I decided to postpone full-time employment … Continue reading Living, Teaching, and Finding Community Despite Madrid Quarantine

Parisppany College Connect: Building College Resources Despite Campus Closures

By: Czar Alexei Sepe Living in New Jersey, we’ve been pretty hard-hit by the Coronavirus pandemic. Of course, you can look up the morbid statistics or read about the tragic stories from my state, but I know from first-hand experience that it’s bad — both of my parents are nurses working on the front lines. … Continue reading Parisppany College Connect: Building College Resources Despite Campus Closures

Sweden’s Alternative Approach to COVID-19, Balancing Normal

A Swedish university student’s perspective Feature by Victor Carlsson It is easy to dismiss and criticize how the Swedish government has decided to deal with the current COVID-19 situation, and many have. Skeptics spanning all over the world have called it “irresponsible” and “disastrous,” but I look out the window and don’t see ghost-like deserted … Continue reading Sweden’s Alternative Approach to COVID-19, Balancing Normal

Finding a New Routine

Feature by Aiva Petriceks, senior at the University of Washington. My mental state during quarantine has been a rollercoaster to say the least. There are some days I feel like I’m in a constant panic about the state of the world. I start thinking about how long it will be until we return to any … Continue reading Finding a New Routine