They say that boredom fosters creativity, so there must be a whole lot of creativity now right? Art is a way that we can stay connected and express ourselves, and that is one thing that hasn’t changed because of the coronavirus. Supporting the arts now is more important than ever as they have taken a hit due to these unprecedented circumstances, and it’s your responsibility to help.
The Butler HRC is offering workout classes over Instagram Live in order to encourage movement and physical fitness among students during self-quarantine.
On-campus organizations are trying to maintain a connection with the student-body despite not being able to gather in-person.
Student Affairs has asked students to not return to campus at this time given Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home executive order.
Fill the countless hours of the never ending days with a curated list of books, films, shows and music that we’re currently loving.
I worry that the facts about this pandemic will be largely forgotten, reducing them — like most facts apparently — to supposedly partisan talking points.
As the end of our school year — and our immediate future — have been thrown for a loop, it can be hard to understand what lessons to take away from all of this. The answer, though, as simple as it seems, is to keep perspective; we’re more equipped to handle this crisis than we think.
Disclaimer — if you are experiencing any symptoms of the coronavirus please go to your nearest facility to be tested and treated. The alternatives I will be listing are not to cure the virus, they are simply to boost immunity, help with minor cold-like symptoms and raise happiness levels during this trying time.
The act, which could help in the economic recovery from the coronavirus, has been seen by members of Congress and the president.
The coronavirus pandemic has led all Butler courses to resort to the use of online resources. This has led to a variety of hands-on courses getting affected in different ways — some worse than others.