May 8, 2020

It isn’t news at this point that COVID-19 has struck the black community disproportionately hard compared to other races, especially in Mississippi. Why? Between stories that I’ve read and the data that we as a country have collected regarding Coronavirus, I’ve come to the conclusion that this is indicative of a bigger problem in our […]

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May 6, 2020

It is crazy how fast this semester flew by. I cannot believe I will be starting my senior year in a few short months, feels like just yesterday I was learning where all of the buildings were on campus and how to navigate around Oxford. Even though this semester has been a little insane, I […]

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May 4, 2020

This is a crazy time in our young lives, and I must say that I am honestly nervous for the future. Not only are we facing a global epidemic but in my personal life I am closing the door to my academic career. As a spring 2020 graduate I am now about to make the […]

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May 4, 2020

This has been a very trying time in everyone’s lives right now. I feel like every day there’s a new piece to the puzzle. The information I see is usually negative and causes me to not even want to look at the media anymore. We live in a day and age where anyone can say, […]

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May 4, 2020

The covid-19 epidemic has had us all scrambling for ways to keep ourselves entertained. It has challenged us all to get creative and find new ways to occupy our seemingly endless time inside. I am a naturally pretty creative person, but I do not enjoy being stuck inside. For me it has been a slight […]

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May 4, 2020

Covid-19 has been no easy feat for anyone but especially those who suffer from mental health issues specifically depression and anxiety. As someone that suffers from anxiety this has been an experience in which I have really needed to look inward and work on some things. Luckily we live in a day and age where […]

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