by Nigel Dent OXFORD, Miss. — Since the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed daily life, a typical morning at Chicory Market looks like this: co-owner Kate Bishop or her husband John Martin prints out online orders to prepare for curbside pickup. As workers trickle in between 7 and 8 a.m., personal shoppers fulfill orders as phones […]
It’s been a bit of a struggle to finish this semester out strong, which I’m sure many people can relate to. The accommodations made by the university definitely help to assuage my concerns, but I feel that if there was one specific thing about life in quarantine that should be emphasized is how being stuck […]
Cabin fever update: manageable; It helps when you actually take a breath of fresh air outside and realize that you’re not actually trapped in the house. Other than that, the fact that the end of the semester is near is on the mind. Although, things are very different this time around. That usual restless feeling […]
Honestly, it’s a struggle to write this. Not emotionally, but simply because, how many times can I write about the same thing, from my perspective, at least? Every day I wake up, check the news, ignore the news to stay sane, eat, do work, sleep, repeat. I guess the only thing changing is the severity […]
Everyone tracks how long they’ve been social distancing differently, and for me, I would say it started when Spring Break was extended. So, it’s been about three weeks, but my brain tells me either it’s only been a couple of days or a few months. It’s weird. It also doesn’t help that it seems like […]
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