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When the World Went Home is a chapter in SA Blogs, with the purpose of bringing the world together by creating a centralized place for people to tell their stories during the COVID – 19 pandemic.
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If you are reading this, there’s a high chance you drink coffee. According to the National Coffee Association, about 64% of Americans ages 18 or older drink a cup of coffee every day. Why? Most Americans drink a cup of Joe to wake themselves up, or to resist laziness, headaches, or boredom. Coffee’s magical power… Continue Reading →
Liberal. Conservative. Progressive. Radical Leftist. Far Righter. In today’s political climate, it is practically impossible to stumble across an issue that is not divided into the hard-cut categories between the left and the right. “Leftist” issues, seemingly regardless of what they are, are immediately disparaged by those who line themselves up with the right. Similarly,… Continue Reading →
If I had to describe briefly our return to school, I would say that we returned with reluctant excitement. Hesitant elation. Vacillating jubilation. Heaps of optimism, but with a fair share of trepidation as well. The first day exemplifies this experience quite well, as I, along with the Downingtown Stem Academy’s other students, experienced what… Continue Reading →