A short, introspective look at the last two semesters.
In a global pandemic, not everyone cares enough about others to take preventative measures that would help stop the spread of the virus — not even local businesses.
This art was made to go with a piece about Craighead county being a COVID-19 “red zone.” Art by Thinh Vu.
Craighead county has been declared a COVID-19 “red zone.” So why has nothing changed on campus?
While Halloween may seem like a brief respite of fun, it’s important to stay safe from COVID-19. Here’s some things to think about this spooky season.
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.
The Herald News Paper March 18, 2020 Click image below to view full size.
A-State students can still use the Counseling Center.
As Coronavirus spreads in the U.S., A-State is planning what measures will be taken if the campus becomes affected.