Last week, Governor Roy Cooper issued a stay-at-home order, requiring those who aren’t providing or accessing essential services to stay inside and away from others. Exceptions include health care, food and outdoor physical activity, all of which enable people to care for their own well-bein…

On Friday, President Trump signed a massive $2 trillion stimulus bill into law after weeks of intense and bitter arguments, alongside quiet deal-making, over how much to spend, who would get money and what restrictions should be placed on businesses seeking assistance. The impressive legisla…

If you have been paying attention to the news, everything seems to be about COVID-19, whether it is how many people have died, the president’s response or any restrictive measures governments are taking. No matter where you go, there will be something about the coronavirus.

Since quarantine and lockdowns began, I’ve spent a lot of time on Tik Tok. Anyone who has Tik Tok knows that millions of people use the app for posting funny videos, dancing, and other things. Nonetheless, another huge thing that Tik Tok spreads is misinformation.

Since the first known case of the coronavirus in North Carolina was confirmed on March 3, just four days before the start of spring break for 15 of the 17 UNC System schools, universities across the state have been in uproar. The break was extended, classes were moved online, and residence a…

COVID-19 has done the impossible — it somehow brought the world to a standstill. Almost every store is closed, every country has closed its borders, and everyone is stuck inside their homes for who knows how long. It feels weird driving around my town and seeing restaurants and stores bustli…