By Jonathan Nunez ARLINGTON, VA.- Members of the Arlington School Board heard how swimming pool fees would affect the proposed fiscal 2021 budget in an April 21 meeting,…
Marymount University students enrolled in COMM 315 Writing for Digital Media shared their experiences of life in the pandemic and what they want future generations of Saints to…
By Jonathan Nunez Salgado
Photo by: Dhammika Heenpella / CWSSIP Images of Sri Lanka is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0
ARLINGTON, VA- The closing of university campuses across the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic affected more than a million international students living in university dorms, forcing them to find a new place to live, far from their homelands, and remaining in quarantine in the United States.
By: Leena Raza
Photos: courtesy of Teresa Leslie
Recently, Teresa Leslie, a 2019 Marymount graduate and current nursing student at George Washington University, was diagnosed with COVID-19. While she has recovered, she explains the battle she had to overcome, since this disease is one like no other. Read More