| December 30, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many people have gone about their daily lives. As a result, women are experimenting with their hairstyles as a way to bring color to an otherwise drab year.
While Congress and the White House put overturning the election ahead of COVID-19 relief, college students against across the country are waiting and struggling.
What would they do withe the money? Pay rent, pay down bills, be able to pay tuition to stay in school or get career-related exoerience.
With 478,000 cases of COVID-19, Michigan alone has more cases than Australia, Greece and Sweden. Going on a year living in a pandemic, essential workers across industries are suffering from the changes set on by the outbreak of COVID-19 in America.
On this special edition of Focal Point, a look COVID-19’s impact on East Lansing’s economy. We take you to local businesses using new technology and old-fashioned customer service to adapting to stay open. We also meet MSU students out of work because of the pandemic, and some entering the job market in an unprecedented time. […]
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Jason Relyea stood on the lawn of the state Capitol holding a camera in one hand and an AR-15 rifle slung over his shoulder. Relyea was part of a protest in November that brought hundreds of people from across the state to Lansing to voice their frustrations with the election process.
Teletherapy has become the new normal at Delta-Waverly Psychology and Counseling Associates due to safety concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic. Teletherapy at Delta-Waverly Psychology and Counseling Associates consists of video calls on a secured network and phone calls.
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