The coming of fall brings the thought of holiday seasons, favorite sports teams playing once again, or just nice, cool weather. Mid-October is considered the height of the fall foliage season, and deciduous species like ashes, aspens, elms, maples, sweetgums, dogwoods, cottonwoods, birches, ginkgoes and more are changing color nowContinue Reading

The week of Oct. 6, seven positive cases of COVID-19 were on campus, according to Kerri Case, UCC’s new pandemic coordinator. Case traces student and staff exposure and works to help ensure that people take the right precautions to make sure they reduce exposure. Students were sent out an emailContinue Reading

COVID-19 pandemic gave students unforgettable trauma At times during the pandemic, school seemed little more than the sun rising and falling on a world plagued with individuals overwhelmed with grief, hopelessness and disease. Tormented individuals felt the lack of clear, consistent guidance – with no escape from the constant updatesContinue Reading

Vaccination side-effects cause concerns for the new availability to ages 16 years and older With the ever increasing and changing Covid-19 virus that is starting to affect younger people more seriously, health officials are saying it’s more important than ever to become fully vaccinated to safeguard the community. College students,Continue Reading

College professors not prioritized to receive the COVID-19 vaccine UCC professors recently discovered no vaccines are immediately coming to higher education staff. At this time, Gov. Brown’s Vaccine Sequencing Schedule doesn’t include higher education. The Vaccine Sequencing Schedule is broken up into five groups with Group 1 getting vaccines first,Continue Reading

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