By: Abdullah Shaheer To say the 20s have been off to a great start is a lie. Five months in and somehow every single month seems to be worse than the last one; we almost experienced WW3, Australia burned down and flooded, and furthermore, the Coronavirus turned into a full-blown pandemic. On a side note, … Continue reading Looking Forward To The Future: Cautious Optimisim
Hello everyone! Here are some songs to check out about COVID-19. Take a listen and hope you will enjoy: 1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aITjFXO0Y30 2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfeZNPyB59A&list=PLWMop8K0l8K8rSxnSmdHp23mYzER-_By7 3) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6q5SDO5ohmI Comment below which one is your favourite song!
Blog post by: Pragathy Krishnan Mancala is part of a family of board games played in Africa and Asia. The word 'mancala' is an Arabic word meaning "to move". 'Kalah' is a two-player strategy board game invented by William Champion Jr. in 1940. His invention was referred to as the ‘Mancala in North America.’ Before … Continue reading DIY Mancala Board
By: John Brooks With the warmer weather arriving as we proceed into the latter half of Spring, many begin to think about heading outside and having some fun with friends and family. One of those places where many have fun is the regional amusement park. Unfortunately, due to the current COVID-19 situation amusement parks are … Continue reading COVID-19 Changes Operations of Amusement Parks in North America
Since its humble origins in December in Wuhan, the Novel Coronavirus has reached a heart-breaking total death toll of 250,000 people. On this day of writing, cases stand at approximately 3.6 million. As medical companies and countries strive to develop a vaccine, lots of changes have unfolded. Here are some of the latest updates: In … Continue reading Coronavirus Death Toll Reaches Quarter-Million
IntroductionThe COVID-19 pandemic has caused uproar among the global health community. Many countries with their different political systems are trying to battle the pandemic. The United Nations, which is known by many as the global organization of humanitarian efforts, is also dealing with a lot of conflicts. One of them is the shortage of supplies … Continue reading Deciding between Humanitarian Goals and the Coronavirus
Remember the time when you tried to buy masks from your local drugstore, and they were gone? The disappearance and resurgence of masks is a very popular topic in a pandemic-driven environment. From runways to manufacturers, masks are constantly in demand for front-line workers, commuters and even your average fashion consumer. The effectiveness and usage … Continue reading The Mask Trend and COVID-19 (Mask Series Part 1)