As high schools and colleges grapple with how to best honor the class of 2020, many are organizing digital celebrations while postponing in-person ceremonies or canceling them altogether.
Many Chinese international students studying at Vermont schools have had to contend with the country’s firewall.
A rainstorm last October caused the Huntington River to rise and tear away the embankment supporting Dugway Road.
The city’s Public Works Department objected to the station being put in a city parking garage.
Vermont is part of a multi-state initiative that aims to extend relief to borrowers with student loans that aren’t covered by the CARES Act.
Leaders at many arts venues worry that even when restrictions start to lift, their industry will be among the last to get back on its feet due to lingering concerns about crowded spaces.
‘I think I will be very grateful I had some humans to be around me,’ one woman said. ‘I couldn’t imagine being home and just talking through a computer all day.’
A task force has distributed health-related videos in more than a dozen languages to help non-English speaking Vermonters.
The changes at Vermont schools come amid a national conversation about how to equitably grade students who have left campus for diverse living situations.
Gov. Phil Scott issued a call to action on Tuesday night asking Vermonters with or without medical experience to register to volunteer in the state’s coronavirus response.
With lock-down measures and quarantines, people already at risk may not have the ability to escape dangerous situations.
At least 19 blood drives in Vermont in the past week were called off over coronavirus concerns.
Librarians are making arrangements to still make books and other materials available during the coronavirus pandemic.
‘We do this work for those who have no choice,’ said former state Rep. Kiah Morris. ‘Mutual aid is not a spectator sport.’