ASU 365 Community Union has begun its virtual fall concert series after a virtual performance from Latin pop artist Omar Apollo Thursday, with one more on the way featuring rapper D Smoke Nov. 12.
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Graduating seniors entering the job market during the pandemic have expressed a rising level of fear as to whether they will be able to find a job after graduation, given ongoing unemployment issues and layoffs in many fields.
Students with jobs have often played a balancing act between work, school and social life. Now some can better customize their schedules with most in-person classes now being offered online.
When Ky Lackey, a sophomore studying management and a forward on the women’s hockey team, decided to transfer to ASU from Buffalo State University in New York, she expected many changes from her school of less than 9,000 to a school over 10 times its size.
Students outside of Arizona have needed to adapt to issues stemming from learning remotely, such as not being able to contact the school, trying to protect at-risk individuals and completing assignments from different time zones.
With live shows deemed unsafe amid the coronavirus pandemic, ASU student bands Divided Minds and The Ground Folds were dealt heavy blows this summer. However, they have found ways to remain creative and active.