Colleges and Universities in the United States, due to reasonable suspicion, need to prepare for having online classes in the fall instead of hoping for residential learning. Colleges were among one of the first institutions to be shut down following the news of COVID-19. We can suspect that they will be among the last to … Continue reading Opinion: Why Universities Need to Prepare for Online Classes This Summer Instead of Trying to Open in The Fall
The US Government recently passed the CARES Act, a stimulus bill aimed to keep the US economy maintained through the pandemic crisis, and it disregarded young adults. It provided no income for them during the crisis. The US Government bill ignored young adults’ plea to participate in the stimulus check, provided no funds for persons … Continue reading The Government Admitted It Doesn’t Care About Young Adults, Here’s How
The Marion County Commission can increase trust and create transparency by participating in “Project Mountaineer.” A project initiated by the State Auditor’s office which grants taxpayers the privilege of viewing county expenses. Nineteen counties in WV, including Monongalia county, have adopted the Auditors project with the state which provides the software free of cost. Marion … Continue reading West Virginia Has a New Way for County Governments to be Accountable and Marion County Needs to Adopt It
This pandemic exhibited the lack of preparedness by our State and Federal governments, displayed the need for protocol presuming a future threat, and demand for elected officials in the legislature to have a special joint committee in session to form the response. The Coronavirus has devastated the economy, unexpectedly ended events until further notice, and … Continue reading OPINION: Our Lives are Being Decided by One Man and That’s a Problem.