Colleagues Connect During Pandemic

By Kathleen Malone The NDMU campus has been closed for almost a month. Many students are attending online classes via Zoom. However, NDMU is not alone in the shift to online-only interactions. Faculty and staff are having meetings, lunch hours, and even casual chats on Zoom.  The department of Institutional Advancement has been meeting via... Continue Reading →

COVID-19 Impact on Essential Workers

By Nyjah Chaney While some individuals are self-quarantined in their homes to avoid the spread of COVID-19, others must still go to work every morning. The term for people working during the pandemic is “essential workers.” According to Newsweek.com, a few essential workers can be identified as “private and public healthcare workers, law enforcement, public... Continue Reading →

Crime Rates Change with COVID-19

By Tynasia Southerland Baltimore, a city that is known for its high crime rates, has finally met its match. COVID-19 seems to be the only thing capable of lowering crime in Baltimore.  The coronavirus is a pandemic outbreak that is contagious, outrageous, and the cause of quarantine. This virus has resulted in 138 deaths in... Continue Reading →

Coronavirus Ends Senior Year Early

By Kathleen Malone Senior biology major Lacey Leschefsky had her semester cut short by the coronavirus. Leschefsky is the President of Omega Phi Alpha and currently works at American Eagle Outfitters.  “Corona has made this last semester turn stressful and sad by not being able to go to school or work,” Leschefsky said. “Not being... Continue Reading →

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