While we’ve all adjusted to a life kept in stasis, the experience has changed us. But, is that change permanent? And is it a good thing?
Jason Arment examines the push to “return to normalcy” during these times, reopening schools and resuming operations as if COVID is no longer a concern.
If COVID-19 reinfection is possible, this could alter the overall strategy on how to approach solving this pandemic.
While COVID-19 has indelibly changed our reality, I’m wondering how it will influence our fictional portrayal of it.
Terry Waite and John McCarthy were hostages subject to confinement and dehumanizing barbarity. While our situation is nowhere near that, their coping strategies can make it a little easier.
Emil Morales looks at how poor leadership and an inconsistent approach to defeating COVID-19 has resulted in a threat to even our most basic fundamental needs.
Donald Trump has finally won a popularity contest, as the coronavirus has given him a glowing review for his performance during the pandemic.
What is meant by the New Normal? Chris Dupuy explores several of the new practices and behaviors that have emerged during these pandemic times.
Nancy Townsley shares another touching essay about the little moments we’re experiencing during these extraordinary times, and thinks about her dad.
Brazil, Russia, the United States, and Britain now have the highest cases of COVID-19. This is no fluke.