As the University of La Verne has hit week seven of its campus-wide shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, students are stuck at home with more free time to kill than ever before.
While social distancing and shelter-in-place orders have kept us indoors, those of us who work out regularly have had to adapt.
Common Thread in Claremont remains open during quarantine to help the community by making surgical masks out of their own materials.
In the Philippines it is common to use a tabo, a trusted hygenic tool that provides an alternative to toilet paper, which there has been a shortage of due to panic buying.
La Verne community members have found various ways to maintain their emotional well-being and mental health even while sheltered inside and socially distanced from friends and, well, everyone.
Restaurants on D Street in downtown La Verne have had to adapt to the current shelter in place orders, by offering take-out and delivery only options, some partnering with delivery franchises to keep their businesses running as they wait for the OK to open their doors once again.
With the University of La Verne shutting down due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, the La Verne Gaming Club is facing its own set of challenges.
“Animal Crossing: New Horizons” for the Nintendo Switch is the newest addition to the Animal Crossing franchise and saying it is fun would be an understatement.
The La Verne community may be practicing social distancing, but that does not mean socializing has been put on hold. Students still have the opportunity to interact with each other and further their studies through La Verne’s virtual events.
The United States currently holds the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world and that number is growing by the day, making it dire that we all treat this pandemic with serious precautionary measures before it is too late.