Summer 2020

Northeast dairy farmers adapt to a new market and a new way of life during the pandemic.

Despite shutdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic, local florists have blossomed and brought together communities while facing adversities of their own.

Massachusetts has become one of the first addresses for Turks who prefer America for better education, job opportunity, and professional life.

The local restaurant industry is greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Focusing on the city of Somerville, we dive into a local scene hopeful and ready to get back on track.

Despite the shutdowns, restaurants in the North End have found a way to stay in business during a time full of uncertainty.

Music has an incredible connection to human development. When applied in therapeutic practices, the possibilities for growth and comfortable are endless

COVID-19 has effect  neighborhood businesses and they are doing everything in their power to recover.

Jobs that require close contact pondered their existence in the height of COVID-19. Now these services must navigate a socially distanced work environment.

The media industry is facing renewed criticism as antiracist uprisings continue to swell in major cities throughout the United States

Tourism in Miami has been greatly affected by the pandemic. As cases continue to surge the industry faces an uncertain future.

in the pandemic, high school graduates are considering alternative routes for their education while colleges are figuring out the best way to serve their students.

Health workers who aren’t directly dealing with COVID-19 patients are adjusting to a new normal as essential but “nonessential” workers.

The current situation and difficult choices of Chinese people living in the United States under the influence of COVID-19.

Educators, parents and students in Chelsea face huge hurdles with the coronavirus as a new school year draws near.

Senior college-athletes are faced with a difficult decision during the COVID-19 crisis: Stay and play or graduate?