In the past year, wearing a face mask has become the new normal. As more people get vaccinated, and case numbers go down, all that could change as Americans get a glimpse into a post-pandemic world.
Four months ago, COVID-19 vaccine distribution officially began in the U.S. Now, more than seventy-six million people in the nation have their shots.
The once still and quiet vaccination tent behind the health clinic is now bustling with patients. Music blares over the speakers, the room fills with chatter, and for the first time, health officials prop the door open as people flow in. At last, vaccine distribution is in full swing at SMU.
Nearly one year since the WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic, the vaccine is finally available to most Texans.
Tucked behind the SMU Dr. Bob Smith Health Center is a white tent projecting a beacon of hope during the pandemic: The SMU Vaccination Clinic.
Nearly a year after the start of the pandemic, the face mask mandate is gone. On March 2, Governor Greg Abbott signed an executive order to remove it, which went into effect on Wednesday.
Karim Manshadi discusses new antibody test being developed at SMU.
With wavering certainty over the pandemic and the economy, many students are trying to save up money. For some, that means choosing to be temporarily unhoused.
As SMU prepares for the spring semester, the Faculty Senate surveyed 582 faculty members to look at how the lack of breaks during the fall affected campus mental health.
As freshmen adapt to college life for the first time, they have to find new ways to connect because of the pandemic.