We know online school takes a lot out of students, but for teachers it is a whole new world. At this point you might be getting used
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On March 15, Gov. Gavin Newsom of California announced an initiative to close all “non-essential” businesses in California in an effort to help combat the spread of COVID-19.
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The fighting game community moves towards online-fronted tournaments through each game’s inherent online infrastructure to offset the no large gatherings orders many states in North America have enforced
Student athletes are left without spring season college sports, due to the COVID-19 quarantine shutdown throughout the state of California. College athletes, Austin Moore, Saddleback football player and
The music industry is one of several industries that has taken a major hit during the COVID-19 pandemic. With tours cancelled, artists, venues and promoters have been trying
Shelter and rescue organizations across the United States are experiencing an increase in pet fostering and adoptions since the coronavirus lockdown took hold. With people confined to their
As unemployment rates continue to rise across the country and millions of people find themselves in new and unpredictable financial situations, the significance of social services in our
The City of San Clemente took extra measures at Ralph’s skate park off of La Pata on Thursday by filling the skate park with 37 tons of sand.