Miranda Cyr, Las Cruces Sun-News Published 2:56 p.m. MT March 19, 2021 | Updated 4:08 p.m. MT March 19, 2021 CLOSE Buy Photo Much of the New Mexico State University campus sits quiet after all classes were transitioned to fully online due to the COVID-19 pandemic in this Sun-News file […]

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The University of Southern California expects to reopen campuses this fall, joining the state’s major public universities in planning to resume on-campus life that was curtailed by the coronavirus outbreak. “With conditions improving and vaccine distribution now being ramped up, many of us are feeling a […]

October 6, 2020—My physics professor spilled his coffee today. A few comments popped up in the chat—Apparently today’s topic is fluid dynamics, kids—and the professor was smiling. I was smiling, too, but nobody knew; in a Zoom class of 30 students, there’s no nodding to a friend across the room. […]

The University of Missouri delivered on its promise of an on-campus experience for the fall semester, students and officials said, but they also acknowledged a need for adjustments during the pandemic and room for improvement. The semester ends this coming Friday. Professors have shown a lot of flexibility with students, said Frannie […]

Consider this your guide to healthier baking. Chef Mia Rigden and Jenny Dorsey team up to show you how to revamp some of your favorite baked goods to make them healthier and loaded with better-for-you ingredients—without skimping on flavor. See All This gluten-free sweet potato tart is guaranteed to be […]

By Rachel SchnalzerDesign and illustrations by Jade Cuevas Newsletter Get inspired to get away. Explore California, the West and beyond with the weekly Escapes newsletter. Enter Email Address Sign Me Up You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times. Good morning, fellow adventurers! I hope your autumn […]

Here’s the latest and greatest in the 305 for locals and tourists alike. @visuals.by.luis Dining and entertainment spaces are finally starting to welcome patrons back to some semblance of normalcy in Magic City. And while some businesses had to shutter during the peak of the pandemic, many locales used the […]

(Press Release) — As events are canceled and field trips are rare, we know you are looking for safe ways to get out of the house and enjoy a fall Alabama day with your family. Visiting an Alabama agritourism farm allows you to enjoy open-air and socially distanced activities. Kids […]

(CNN) — No airport testing regime to speak of. A “travel corridors” policy that now allows for unrestricted travel from England to just seven destinations around the world. And a second wave that’s beginning to look more like a tsunami. It’s no surprise that the tourist boards across the UK […]

October is well into the swing of things, and that means a new season has come for anime fans. The fall cour has started at last, and fans are hyped to see what’s coming. The season is a stacked one with all sorts of shows planning a comeback. And over […]

What lies beyond the pandemic? MassForward is MassLive’s series examining the journey of Massachusetts’ businesses through and beyond the coronavirus pandemic. ___________ Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March, Worcester’s largest venue, the DCU Center, has canceled 212 events through the end of the year. More than 370,000 […]

There are few things I’ve enjoyed more in my quarantine than swingy, comfy wide-leg pants that make me look wildly more put-together than I oftentimes feel. They seamlessly transition from mornings spent sipping espresso shots and attending virtual meetings to grabbing dinner to-go and taking walks in the park. And […]