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Demand for Covid-19 vaccines slowing in some states

By Ariel SteinsaltzStaff Writer Several locations across the country have found themselves turning down shipments of Covid-19 vaccines as the demand for them declines, according...

India’s Covid crisis worsens as the second wave becomes deadlier

Hailey RuaneStaff Writer Over the past few weeks, India has reached its peak in Covid-19 cases. Over 18 million cases have been reported since the...

College athletes granted extended eligibility in light of pandemic

College sports of all three divisions were canceled via an NCAA announcement last March, in an effort to ensure the events did not contribute to the spread of the pandemic. While fields were left empty and jerseys went unworn, some comfort was given to student athletes when the NCAA announced the extended eligibility rule.

Colleges debate requiring the Covid-19 vaccine for fall semester

By Hailey RuaneStaff Writer With Covid-19 vaccinations being distributed across the U.S. at a faster pace, many colleges and universities have to make a decision...

Vaccinations rise in NJ as cases fall

Cases of Covid-19 in New Jersey have begun to decline following the recent rise. New cases in the state had been rising since late February of 2021, according to the New York Times. Across the state, daily cases reached as high as 5,608 new cases on April 1.

Monday Motivation: Inspiration from baseball

The traditional fall season is an exciting time for any athlete, but plenty of sports at the College, including baseball, were left with the absence of their season due to Covid-19.

A step-by-step guide to getting your Covid-19 Vaccine

With the nation largely working towards becoming vaccinated, it can be difficult to compare and find the option that is best suited for your age, location and schedule.  Many may feel overwhelmed in their journey to inoculation. Below is a step-by-step guide to finding the right vaccine option for you based on your availability, geographical location and preferences. 

Decreasing Covid-19 regulations leave popular spring break destinations in danger

By Ariel SteinsaltzStaff Writer During the current spring break season, many people have traveled on airplanes despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, according to USA Today....

Waiting for your stimulus check? Check your dependency status

By Ashwin NarraCorrespondent On March 6, the Senate passed a $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief bill that was cited by President Biden as “urgently needed,” according...

Questions surround the AstraZeneca vaccine

By Sarah AdamoCorrespondent As of last week, the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine for fighting Covid-19 was put on hold in ten European countries. Among...

Brazil overwhelmed by second wave of Covid-19

By Sarah AdamoCorrespondent Brazil has recorded an unprecedented number of daily deaths related to Covid-19 amid the country’s second wave, according to CNN.  The South American...

CDC allows small vaccinated gatherings, releases new data

The CDC released a new set of highly anticipated guidelines on March 8 for people who are now fully vaccinated. 

Covid-19 relief bill: what it means for you

President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act yesterday, granting more Covid-19 relief to Americans struggling financially. Unlike previous Covid-19 relief bills, college students and dependents ages 17 to 24 may qualify for $1,400 stimulus checks.

Colleges across the U.S. compare Covid strategies

As Covid-19 cases continue to rise, colleges across the country have found ways of dealing with the virus while steadily working towards a normal college life for their students. While cases have climbed, there are noticeable differences to how universities handle the situations across the U.S.

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