Amber Syed Scene Editor The Coronavirus is affecting the whole world but it is showing racial disparity throughout the United States. According to the New York Times, “The epidemic has hit African-Americans and Hispanics especially hard, including in New York, where the virus is twice as deadly for those populations”. The reason for the disparities … Continue reading Racial Disparities in Coronavirus Care
Amber Syed Humans are not the only ones getting affected by the COVID-19 virus. Even rats are getting affected by the virus which has made them change their eating habits. People are staying home as much as possible and restaurants and grocery stores are limiting their hours of operation. This happens to cut off the … Continue reading Rats struggling for survival
Andrew Tran Perspectives Editor For the first time since its 45 years of broadcasting, Saturday Night Live will not be filmed in the studio with a live audience. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, they have elected to film their entire episode from their homes as a sign of respect to the social distancing guidelines. Instead … Continue reading Coronavirus won’t stop SNL
Amber Syed Scene Editor Exercising is a major part of keeping yourself healthy...even during the coronavirus pandemic. According to BBC News, Experts at the Centre for Perioperative Care (CPOC) say a healthy diet will reduce the risk of becoming severely ill with the virus. Although gyms are closed due to the virus, many companies are … Continue reading Staying active during isolation
Syeda Saberi News Editor The WHO announced Solidarity, an international clinical trial for COVID-19. In Solidarity, multiple laboratories around the world will be testing positive COVID-19 patients and sending their evidence to WHO to speed up the process for a treatment. Multiple drugs are being tested and WHO is doing their best to put rumors … Continue reading What are scientists up to with COVID-19 treatments?
Amber Syed Scene Editor All American The show was inspired by a true story of a high school football player who gets the chance to play at a Beverly high school. He struggles to find the right home for himself and fights to be there for both of his families. Money Heist This show is … Continue reading Shows to Binge Watch During Quarantine
Joey Spahn Sports Editor In the midst of all this panic, people are all reaching for something to keep them safe, and no it’s not a mask, hand sanitizer or toilet paper. Guns, in fact, are peaking in sales which has led to the highest ever spike in U.S. gun sales history. This rapid growth … Continue reading Gun Sales Peak During Pandemic
Sara Molina With the panic and loneliness of self-isolation, Grammy award winning cellist Yo-Yo Ma created the trend #SongsOfComfort. On March 13, Yo-Yo Ma released his cello cover of Going Home on YouTube. Music has always been a relief for Yo-Yo Ma, he explained, “In these days of anxiety, I wanted to find a way … Continue reading Get Comfortable with Your Favorite Celebrities