Classical ballet has struggled to adapt to a pandemic-ridden era of economic scarcity and cultural reckoning. As we return to normal, questions arise: what exactly is the value of ballet and how does it fit into today’s society?
Messenger ribonucleic acid therapeutics and vaccines are a cutting edge bioengineering accomplishment that has given hope during the COVID-19 pandemic, yet the technology also has some national security concerns worth considering.
With COVID cases on the rise, lockdowns may not be the solution.
Politicians gladly mandate public health restrictions on Americans, but they aren’t willing to follow the rules themselves.
As the semester drags on, one thing is becoming clear: UT has very little role in the off-campus enforcement of COVID-19 protocols.