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What I’ll Keep: Family Game Nights

Before the pandemic, getting everyone in my family into one room was nearly impossible. My mom and dad on calls, my sister attending class, and my brother in the basement on his PlayStation meant I rarely had time to see them before dinner. But when we were hit with our first lockdown last year, I found myself spending the most time with my family than I ever had before.

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COVID and Communities of Faith: How the Pandemic Is Affecting Religious Services

In difficult times, many people turn to religion as a source of comfort.  But what happens when that community is forced to disband, even just physically?  The novel coronavirus epidemic has caused many churches, temples, synagogues, and other buildings of worship to shut their physical doors.  But that doesn’t mean that they aren’t still worshipping.  

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How I Stayed Physically Active During The Pandemic

Kabir Bharatiya Staff Writer It is incredible how, almost a year ago, I was just another 8th grade student at Community Middle School, getting off the school bus on what felt like an ordinary chilly March day. Little did I know that would be the last day on the bus for me for a long time. What started as a short, two-week quarantine has turned into several long months of staying at home with our families. Being stuck inside was gut wrenching for me. Before quarantine, playing sports like football and basketball with my friends was an everyday occurrence. With spring right around the corner and the weather getting warmer, quarantine started at the perfect time to be outside. Staying […]