The “Roarin’ Twenties” were just getting started when McLean resident Lucille Quinn was born.
As a new round of high school seniors are moving on to college in the fall and continuing students get back to campus, it’s unclear how college campuses will look due to new precautions to ease the spread of COVID-19 and how it could affect college students’ experience.
Area schools, students celebrate graduation differently this year.
When COVID-19 interrupted the school year nationwide, and forced large gatherings to be cancelled, schools, families, and graduating seniors wondered how they’d still be able to celebrate the milestone without a traditional ceremony.
Area high school graduates miss the opportunity to say bye to school, friends.
The end of the school year in high school is filled with spirit weeks, prom, and for seniors, a graduation ceremony. So, when COVID-19 caused in-person classes to stop and postponed or cancelled events like prom and graduation, many students didn’t get the opportunity to finish out the year with the typical celebrations and traditions.
McLean, Vienna area college students reflect on how the health crisis affects their lives, studies.
Part one in a series. The coronavirus pandemic forced in-person education to come to a halt in March across the country. College students not only had in-person courses moved online, but many had to travel back home for the remainder of the semester, and faced a number of new difficulties.
McLean college senior, Volunteer EMT reflects on life in pandemic time.
Presentation and drive-by parade held for Commander Franco Neto, United States Navy, Retired.
“Stay home. Wash your hands.”