COVID-19’s impact on the Class of 2021’s college application process
As National College Decision Day quickly approaches, students in the Class of 2021 are struggling to make a final choice about where they will attend.
Parents, teachers call for larger focus on students with disabilities’ social-emotional learning
Syracuse students with learning and developmental disabilities faced many challenges this past year, calling for increased attention on their mental health moving forward.
Now’s the time to kickstart a small business – and here’s how
More than 40 businesses in Onondaga County were formally launched in March despite COVID-19 limitations.
Nottingham student empowers classmates with virtual Black History Month presentation
Malik Robinson, Nottingham High School senior class president, advocates for “Black excellence” by creating an annual student-run Black History Month event.
LeMoyne Elementary School teacher takes on new challenges in last year
Teaching at LeMoyne for 30 years, Nicolina Pizzuto has taken on the challenge of teaching a new grade level and doing so virtually during her final year.
NJ nurse Julia Grygon simultaneously manages dance studio during COVID
Throughout the pandemic, Julia Grygon works as a nurse in New Jersey while simultaneously running her own dance studio. Managing both roles this year came with a learning curve.
7 ways to maintain mental health as the semester ends
With the new, unfamiliar stressors of online learning and COVID-19, here are some strategies to stay mentally and physically healthy during the last month of school.
Too early to call: Biden, Trump still shy of 270 electoral votes
As of Wednesday, the presidency remains unclear as key states like Pennsylvania and Michigan continue to count ballots.