UCC students embrace positivity and perseverance during pandemic schooling. Students have had no choice but to embrace new ways of learning online or remotely if they wish to continue their education, but this transition has caused turbulence, pushing faculty and students into stress and isolation. Since spring 2020, UCC switchedContinue Reading

Volunteering opportunities available for community during the pandemic  Students applying for jobs, colleges and scholarships often need to find volunteering opportunities for their applications. Volunteering highlights an individual’s time management skills and community involvement, besides being a key way to network within communities.  However, with so many programs cancelled overContinue Reading

New Technical Help: Making life easier for UCC students and staff Substantial student and staff resources will be coming to help make remote learning easier. UCC has been informed that funds will be available from the Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security Act (CARES), the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplement AppropriationsContinue Reading

Student Athletes: a look at their everyday life during the Pandemic The Pandemic restrictions are taxing. UCC has been following strict COVID-19 guidelines.  Kaevon Burney, a female UCC wrestler, is patiently waiting to hear back from the governor on when athletes can actually start practicing with contact and eventually play.Continue Reading

Students adapt to the pandemic, local fires, death, and political divide UCC students and staff have lost jobs, family members, relationships, homes, and, for some, the joys of life. These traumatic losses impact physical, emotional and mental life. Social distancing and isolation worsen these issues. Trauma is “an overwhelming experienceContinue Reading