Oxford study abroad comes to abrupt end

The PCC students and faculty members who traveled to Oxford, UK for a study abroad program were sent home five days into the trip due to changes in international travel procedures intended to contain the spread of COVID-19. The 19 students paid $9,322 each to participate in the program, which was expected to last the entire Spring semester. On Thursday Mar. 12 the study abroad was cancelled when the US State Department issued a Global Level 3 Health Advisory. This advised US citizens to reschedule …

Let virtual concerts save you from quarantine boredom

As we practice social distancing amid the coronavirus outbreak, people are finding themselves stuck inside. Restaurants, bars, movie theatres, theme parks and many other public gatherings are being shut down. Concerts and festivals weren’t safe from cancellations either, but musicians haven’t been halted by the outbreak. Artists such as John Legend, John Mayer, Chris Martin and Pink have begun hosting Instagram Live concerts to stay connected with fans and provide them some relief from being stuck indoors. “I’ve never done this on my phone before… …