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The unsung heroes of today’s society are those working to provide basic needs, things otherwise not thought about, to people who find themselves dealing with financial hardships during the coronavirus pandemic.
In the crisis where everything seems to have been frozen to a standstill, this short trip truly made me appreciate the continuous hard work these fearless leaders are putting day in and day out to make sure that Daytonians don’t suffer.
“During this unprecedented time, it is important to come together as a community to support and care for our families, including our Wright State family,” according to the Wright State University Foundation.
Wright State University’s switch to remote learning in March is having lasting effects on students. Due to campus being closed, the WSU Bookstore is accepting returns through mail only.
Jason Rodriquez, a Wright State University (WSU) alumnus, now works for Kettering Health Network where he notices the effects of coronavirus.
Although many people have been wearing masks, other aspects have been forgotten that could be affecting people’s health. Habits in one’s everyday life that one doesn’t notice could be putting them at higher risk for coronavirus.