More than 20 colleges across the U.S. have canceled spring break in hopes of lessening the number of on-campus outbreaks of COVID-19. The list of colleges that have canceled spring break include the University of Iowa, Iowa State, Ohio State and now Kirkwood Community College has followed suit.
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Student Life Update: October 2020
The Cry of the Midwest Banche
Student Life Update: September 2020
The Popcorn Pop Culture Podcast
The OffseasonFeaturing: Joel Vaske | Directed by: Coy Snakenberg |Camera Operators: Nathan Charles & Kyle Kacena | Produced by Kirkwood Student Productions.
Student Life Update: October 2020Host: Coy Snakenberg | Producer/Editor: November Mullins | Camera: Alaina Mysak | Produced by Kirkwood Student Productions
The Cry of the Midwest BancheKirkwood student Jason Wilkins performs “The Cry of the Midwest Banche." Produced by Kirkwood Student Productions.
Student Life Update: September 2020Host: Samson Kimani | Produced by Kirkwood Student Productions.
The Popcorn Pop Culture PodcastHosts: Coy Snakenberg & Ashley Kinn | On this week’s edition of The Popcorn Pop Culture Podcast Coy and Ashley talk theaters reopening, “Tenet,” “Cats,” and Christopher Nolan. Produced by Kirkwood Student Productions.
- Kirkwood Community College has taken many steps to lessen the chances of students and employees contracting COVID-19, like closing campus from March to August, requiring students to use masks while on campus, cleaning their work spaces before and after class …
- In mid-March my dad was diagnosed with cancer. That alone was terrifying but at the same time COVID-19 had become a global pandemic killing people with compromised immune systems. Schools, churches and bars were closing and sporting events were being …
- Debra McRoberts Outreach Coordinator Although I completely understand the importance of masks, it does make everyday tasks a bit more difficult, and many agree that masks are an inconvenience in our day to day life. I personally struggle with masks …
- The last few months have been hard for everyone, and to be honest I don’t think anyone thought we wouldn’t return to campus until the end of August when we left for spring break last March. Many of us lost …
- During the aftermath of the derecho last month, many had lost power and access to internet. While most had power restored by the start of the fall semester, many students are still without internet. With most classes being held online, …
- You may have seen plenty of advertising lately for the fairly new streaming service, ‘HBO Max’, one of many streaming services flooding the market as television companies adapt to stream rather than broadcast. Recently, HBO Max has taken some moves …