TCU 360 Staff
I sat down with my family to get their take on everything and discuss what they have done to keep a positive mindset.
A challenge college students at home during the pandemic might face is helping their younger siblings with distance learning while their parents are at work.
In this pandemic, many people find places where they can go to temporarily escape the situation.
Even with an empty campus, some students are living near campus to maintain the college environment and savor what time they have left with their TCU community.
Students are trying to adapt to this new way of living by establishing daily routines and keeping themselves as busy as possible.
Vivian Johnson is an essential worker and while the world is consistently changing around her, her routine remains the same.
The ways these family members ensure they and their families are safe from infection are vital in controlling the spread of the virus.
Some people may find it hard to live a healthy and active lifestyle in the confines of their home during the quarantine.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us that there are many things in our life that we often take for granted.
COVID-19 has made many graduating seniors at TCU and around the world nervous about the job market they are about to enter.