Due to concerns over the recent spike of cases of COVID-19 in Northeast Arkansas, Dr. Damphousse announced today that most classes after Thanksgiving break will be fully online.
President Donald Trump tested positive for coronavirus last Thursday, and returned to the White House after five days. Here are my thoughts.
Out of 63 responses, 53 said that A-State wind up shutting down prematurely due to the coronavirus.
As we adjust to being back on campus, here’s your reminder to wear your mask.
Yesterday, President Donald Trump suggested using household cleaning supplies to cure coronavirus. Here’s why this situation isn’t comparable to the “Tide Pod Challenge.”
On March 31, Chancellor Kelly Damphousse announced that A-State’s 2020 Spring Commencement ceremony will be postponed. As of now, the plan is to hold 2020 Spring Commencement on the same weekend as August Commencement, currently scheduled for August 7. Students… Read More ›
In a Facebook post about his birthday, Chancellor Damphousse requested donations for the Student Emergency Fund. This fund was created to help students in need of assistance. Though it was in existence prior to current events, Damphousse has currently suspended… Read More ›
The Herald News Paper March 18, 2020 Click image below to view full size.
Eric C. Sappington Jr. speaks to students about how the coronavirus has changed campus.
A week ago, Arkansas’ first coronavirus patient tested positive in Pine Bluff. Since then, the university has announced it will be going completely online until the end of the semester. Here’s three problems I have with that.
BONUS: Full transcripts of interviews I conducted in the process of writing this article can be found on the second and third pages of this article.