I hope everyone is staying safe, healthy, and active in these trying times. Many things have had to be changed or adjusted following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic; the Voice publishing process included. The staff and I believe it is important to keep reporting on the current issues, so we are still actively working to release monthly publications, though there are some alterations.
Since the community, as well as our staff, are practicing social distancing, it has been decided that the Voice will be moved strictly online for the time being. The formatting will no longer include separate categories. Instead, there will be various articles that will address the experiences the Voice staff and outside interviewees are having due to the coronavirus. This change will make access to the Voice easier and safer.
Once again, my staff and I hope everyone is staying healthy, keeping busy, and having fun! – Paige Dodd, Editor-in-Chief
In a time where sadness may be the easiest option, positivity still shines brighter. Every day I find a way to continue into the next with a smile. Going outside for a tan, walking several miles with my mom and sister, playing board games, inventing our own games, watching old movies, playing fetch with my […]
Courtney Williams is working away on projects while we are all bored and not knowing what to do with this extra time. Her extra time has been spent on selling products online. This keeps her busy while also making a profit. She started through Facebook and her projects sparked some interest. Williams decided to see […]
Being someone who battles mental illness on an hourly basis and other disabilities, I will be the first to talk about how COVID-19 totally turned my world from only kind of slanted to completely upside down. COVID-19 has had one of the largest influences in recent times in every aspect of people’s lives, including mine. […]
According to the National Center of Education Statistics (NCES), there were 19 million students attending college in the United States in the fall of 2019. So many students, every year, whether doing school part time or full time, embark on their journey for higher education. This school year started like any other, but ended unlike […]
With the craziness that has become society’s new normal due to COVID-19, I was curious to know what measures were being taken for EOU community members when it came to mental health. Luckily, I was able to catch both Marianne Weaver, Licensed Psychologist and Director of the Eastern Oregon University Counseling Center, and Adam Lotfi […]
COVID-19 had caused Spring term for EOU students to change drastically, and this includes changes to the tutoring services. Before Spring term, the tutoring services were offered in the Learning Center, which is located on the second floor of Loso. The Writing tutors had drop in hours that were utilized by students who wanted fresh […]
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