New York Governor Allows Couples To Be Legally Married Via Zoom

Andrew Tran Perspectives Editor While everyone has been on lock down during the past 4 weeks, many people have to cancel their scheduled weddings for the end of March and for the month of April because of the social distancing guidelines. This leaves couples in a very weird spot since they cannot obtain their marriage … Continue reading New York Governor Allows Couples To Be Legally Married Via Zoom

Virtual Internship and Career Opportunities

Kaitlyn Estopare Staff Writer In response to COVID-19, earlier this month the National Association of Colleges and Employers conducted a survey of 135 employers on the status of their recruitment and hiring activity for full-time and internship opportunities. The survey data revealed that forty-two percent of employers expect to continually increase their virtual recruiting activity … Continue reading Virtual Internship and Career Opportunities

Racial Disparities in Coronavirus Care

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