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COVID-19, no vaccine and college campuses: is reopening the safest thing colleges can do?

By Sam Searles KTSW Guest Writer The presence of COVID-19, shuttering of campuses and online coursework in March through May have led to the question on every college student’s mind: when is it safe to return to campus? With the … Continue reading COVID-19, no vaccine and college campuses: is reopening the safest thing colleges can do?

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Black-Owned Small Businesses to Online Shop At (When You’re Done Protesting)

By Ally BolenderAssistant Web Content Manager In this time of uncertainty and fear, there is also a remarkable amount of resilience, compassion and determination.  If you are looking to show your support to the black community (financially speaking), here are … Continue reading Black-Owned Small Businesses to Online Shop At (When You’re Done Protesting)

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How to eat healthy as a broke college student on a budget during COVID-19

By Rey BanuelosKTSW Guest Writer The stereotypical broke college student diet can be imagined as preservative-rich off-brand Doritos for lunch and 3-minute microwavable ramen for dinner. The nutritional value of eating those is horrendous. The notion that being a poor … Continue reading How to eat healthy as a broke college student on a budget during COVID-19