From its roots in Yosemite Valley in the 1920s, rock climbing today has taken to new heights, and not only because of how high rock climbers have climbed, literally, but also because of the amount of people who are rock climbing professionally and recreationally.
Posts tagged as “Pandemic”
On Thursday May 27, students at Seattle Central College’s first in-person Unity Fair since before the coronavirus pandemic suffered an unappetizing experience after they participated in a hot sauce challenge.
After living in the United States for a year, among many other things, I was struck by the number of packages delivered daily to my building and passing through the streets of Seattle. It's easier to find stacks of boxes on my neighbors' doors than to see the sunrise. I can't lie, I also get a lot of boxes. More than I should. I have bought more online here than I have ever in my entire existence.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, suicide attempts in adolescent females skyrocketed by 50%. It was almost 4% in young males. This is only one of the many reasons that 20-year-old artist and activist Clarissa Perez felt called to action. Chartering Joy&TheHood, a youth wellness collective whose goal is to mentor at-risk youth, Perez hopes to encourage mindfulness, confidence, and the means and methods to tell their stories.
The school system is its own ecology, and just like biological ecosystems, the structure of a community college is sensitive to change.
This is a developing story and there is still information that needs to be gathered. The Seattle Collegian will work diligently to make the voices of students and faculty heard as they are the ones…
The arrival of COVID-19 vaccinations has been long-awaited. But to most people in the U.S., they are unavailable. Anthony Fauci told CNN that “it may take until June, July and August to finally get everyone…