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Omicron’s spread: the new variant of COVID-19

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SAN ANTONIO – In early December, a newly discovered variant of COVID-19 surfaced in Bexar County, Texas. It was said to be more contagious but symptomatically less severe. The strain was discovered by The California and San Francisco Departments of Public Health on Nov. 26, 2021 when it reached the […]

Pandemic fatigue: coping with stress and anxiety during COVID

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By Danielle Ojeda  San Antonio- At Our Lady of the Lake University some students may feel sick, not from coronavirus but, from the stress of dealing with a pandemic while receiving an education.  Since March, local city leaders have enforced stringent measures in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19 […]

How Was Online Learning?

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Fall 2020 was a semester unlike any other. Many courses were forced to transition to an online format to comply with Covid-19 restrictions. As the year comes to an end, what did students think of the semester? This Fall semester saw changes to the school’s curriculum. Instead of classes being […]

The Age of COVID-19

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When COVID-19 hit, we all had to make adjustments for survival, including remote learning. However, the adjustment is more severe for some than others. College and some High School students had the advantage of online classes to prepare them for this inevitability, yet there is one sector of the general […]