It was two weeks before the school year customarily started, and my high school hadn’t even given us our class schedules. The uncertainty of this school year hit me at that moment. I didn’t know what the future would look like. In front of the notebooks, I began debating what supplies would fit my junior year vibe.
The study’s results showed that young adults who used e-cigarettes were five to seven times more likely to be infected with COVID-19 than those who did not. Vaping damages the lungs of users, making them more susceptible to this respiratory disease. While many young adults and teens believe that their age and corresponding respiratory health will protect them from COVID-19 symptoms and deaths, research shows that this is not necessarily the case among those using e-cigarettes and other vape devices.
Excerpt: Rep. Yoho and Rep. Williams responded to Rep. Ocasio-Cortez’s use of a sexist slur on the Congress floor.
The Daily had the opportunity to sit down with David Donoho, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Humanities and Sciences and professor of statistics, to discuss his work and the implications it holds. Donoho recently authored an article in SIAM News about the importance of mass testing and the math behind this development. Donoho suggests that mass testing is the way to safely open up the economy and resume education, all over the world.
“Despite the exquisite choreography, the enthralling story, the exceptionally talented cast, there are still faults to be found,” Allyson Hobbs said in her lecture. “Its hero and its message are essentially ambivalent about slavery and racial equality.”