As I sit on the balcony I’m blessed enough to have, yet sparingly enjoy, I ponder the vexing question of what the USA might look like when the wind-borne dust of many fires and the misty particulate of a great many more COVID-19 coughs finally settle.
I first started noticing “community fridges” being established in Brooklyn through social media during the COVID-19 mandatory stay-at-home orders and the rise of the BLM movement.
We already know human productivity correlates to human happiness. It is now the quality of life that is being measured carefully in a post-COVID era.
Virtual classroom eliminates long commute to and from school.
I have always been an admirer of how outspoken and opinionated people are around here.
A student transforms from a victim to a survivor.
The shutdown of schools in America because of the pandemic coronavirus crisis is adversity that we have never experienced before.
Featuring Whitney for the Collegian Wired on Something to Think About.
This pandemic has laid the true agenda of City Hall bare.
Every now and then, I find my morning thoughts interrupted by past friendships that have inexplicably changed.