Virtual Learning is Over – What’s Next For Schools?

As schools move out of online learning and transition to hybrid education –a level of open-ness where some students are in-person and some continue to participate via Zoom–virtual students are facing more and more challenges connecting with their peers. Students who are on a screen can’t connect with their peer at all if the restContinue reading “Virtual Learning is Over – What’s Next For Schools?”

The Influence of Memes on Society

If you are active on the internet at all, (who isn’t these days?) you’ve probably seen your fair share of memes. A meme can be created about pretty much any topic, and they serve as a source of enjoyment to the young and old alike. Most people can agree that memes have a pretty bigContinue reading “The Influence of Memes on Society”

COVID-19 and Racial Inequality

“The Black Wealth Gap” by The Week Staff focuses on the well-known issue of the wealth gap between black Americans and white Americans. Not only does the article delve into commonly discussed problems, but it also goes a step further by describing the innate racial tensions that underlie these issues.  “The pandemic is falling onContinue reading “COVID-19 and Racial Inequality”