How Superintendent of St. Helena Parish Combats COVID

The COVID-19 cases are continuing to spike along with concerns for safe teaching. The spike in cases has forced the school Superintendent, Dr.Kelli Joseph of St. Helena Parish, to return to virtual learning.  “We began our mass COVID-19 testing process with our district employees on Thursday, November 12th. One employee tested positive. This employee has been
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Black College Student Inspiring Others Through Entrepreneurship

Aleia Trufant, a 24-year-old black college student from New Orleans has been achieving her goals of selling her own line of beauty products against the odds. She has become an inspiration for many through her hard work and determination.   Aleia started her business in 2017 when she was staying on campus at Southeastern Louisiana University,
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Is America Ready for a Vaccine?

As of now, there is not currently a vaccine for COVID19 and the race to obtain a vaccine is causing uncertainty for the American public. The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson developed an investigational vaccine and was leading the clinical trial as regulatory sponsor. The trial was designed to evaluate if the investigational COVID-19 vaccine
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Gen Z Voter Duty

As those in Generation Z find themselves in the middle of the pandemic’s economic downfall, some feel obligated to fight for a bigger say in how the nation recovers.   Data shows the combined millennial, Gen Z, and younger generations numbered 166 million as of July 2019, or 50.7% of the nation’s population.  Some of those in
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