COVID vs. Law Enforcement

Wear a mask, social distance at least six feet, wash your hands every 15 minutes—these are all precautions that are now a small part of “the new normal.” Businesses, schools, and everyday life as we know it is being impacted by COVID. This global pandemic can pose as a great stressor for every person all over
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A Personal Battle with COVID-19

Muscle or body aches, headache, or a sore throat are only a few of the symptoms of COVID19. Though common symptoms in common sicknesses, these symptoms can be a result of a deadly viral disease. Josh Leblanc, a 22-year-old Southeastern Louisiana University senior knows about these symptoms all too well.  “I was in quarantine from April
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Dear Seniors, You Got This

The unemployment rate has reached record numbers, small businesses have shut down and normal living as we know it has been interrupted because of the COVID-19 pandemic. What does this mean for the seniors in college with aspirations of their dream career? According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of May 2020, the
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One Essential Worker Details the Challenges he Faced During the COVID Pandemic

Home Depot Delivery Associate and college student, Juwan Finch, voiced his frustrations about the unfair distribution of the CARES Act stimulus.  “I felt like no one cared about me,” said Finch.  Finch, like many others, did not receive a stimulus package due to his dependency status on his parents’ tax report.  According to CNBC, many
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