Graduating with the Class of 2020 brought about its own obstacles. Although being alive in 2020 is special seemingly as it is the only year you are likely to live through a time where the first two digits will match the second, we have all had to live through a pandemic.
Zoom. WebEx. Microsoft Teams. Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. Whichever platform you are forced to use, you probably have faced difficulties. I know I have. These unprecedented times have led to unprecedented learning styles that are not better than the traditional.
The National Football League was able to start it’s next season on Sept. 10, 2020 following a slight delay due to precautions around the COVID-19 Pandemic. While audiences and viewers across the country were delighted to see their favorite teams and players start playing again, some people just had to be negative about the return of football.
I first learned that I was black in kindergarten. More importantly, I learned of the negative connotations that come with identifying with my own skin color.
Exclusive sources of entertainment have long been a staple of various media. From exclusive stories in 19th century broadsheets to modern day cable TV channels distributing their own shows, production companies have relied on releasing stories that can only be found within their own parameters to gain subscribers and profit from them. Often times, however, the amount or type of exclusive products produced by a company can make or break its survivability amongst the increasing number of competitors.
With the coronavirus still being highly prevalent within the U.S., despite the uplifting influence of the warmer summertime weather, many institutions are remaining closed or are having limited contact with the public for the time being. Many states across the country have now been in statewide lockdowns for over a month and for some people, the mandate to halt many business’s operations for this period has been too much to bear.
Summer is approaching fast, which means it’s ice cream season. If you’re looking for a fun little adventure, consider checking out the best ice cream spots in Connecticut. Here’s a look at top sweet spots that offer outstanding and delicious flavors.
Carole Baskin is well known from the new Netflix series, “Tiger King.” The entire internet is going crazy, making memes and accusations that she killed her husband, Don and fed him to her tigers. Although, with all of this coverage no one is discussing the truth about her animal “sanctuary” Big Cat Rescue. The truth is, she is no better than Joe Exotic regarding the exploitation of exotic animals.
Sen. Bernie Sanders wanted a political revolution. Former Vice President Joe Biden wants to beat President Donald Trump.
Although the pandemic has created a lot of boundaries between people and how we are connecting with each other, there are still some that have taken the opportunity to spread a little love during these trying times. According to an article by Alisha Ebrahimji, who is a producer at CNN, some people are putting hearts on their windows to show their support for their neighbors, for essential workers, and many others who may be in need of some cheering up. In addition to hearts, there have been encouraging messages that people have put not only on their windows, but also their mailboxes as well.