The presidential election is less than two months away. Yes, you read that right, the election is less than 40 days away. What makes things worse? The fact that the country is still in the midst of a pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t seem like it's ending anytime soon, so people should continue to practice safety precautions. That means during voting as well! Some Americans are comfortable with voting in person and are doing so as we speak. Voting in person remains an issue because health officials believe that being in crowds, even with masks, facilitates the spread of COVID-19 throughout the country. President Trump believes that there will be a COVID-19 vaccine by the election, so voting in person wouldn’t be an issue. He also believes that if we get a vaccine by then, it will help his reelection.
To read more Marcus Arthur visit SCOOPUSA Media, September 25. 2020 - 9
What will higher education look like down the line as we move on during this pandemic? It’s hard to say.
Obviously, colleges and universities don’t want to lose money. That’s the reason why so many schools brought their students back in the first place. But…they quickly end up getting sent back home. That creates frustration for students, professors, and parents. What’s even more frustrating? The fact that most schools feel as though COVID is that big of a threat, around the time the Drop/Add (classes) deadline hits. Students are getting sent back home after already giving $10K+ in their tuition and fees.
To read more Marcus Arthur visit SCOOPUSA Media, September 15. 2020 - 3
The #1 Milwaukee Bucks have been taken down, I repeat, the Milwaukee Bucks have been taken down!
Who would’ve thought? Giannis Antetokounmpo led his team to possibly Milwaukee’s best season yet. He’s also the Defensive Player of the Year and has a chance to capture back to back MVPs.
Milwaukee’s coach, Mike Budenholzer, is a 2x Coach of the Year (2015, 2019). This team was perfectly set up to win the championship. Some people would even argue that they were like the 2015-16 GS Warriors, but with a far stronger frontcourt!
To read more Marcus Arthur visit SCOOPUSA Media, September 11. 2020 - page 21