Weekly COVID-19 Tests Now Mandatory On Campus

By Hannah Natale | A brand new semester means new COVID-19 testing. This round of COVID-19 testing is different than in past semesters at SUNY Broome. In the past semester, students had to get testing done before Thanksgiving break as well as Winter break. These tests are done every week for students and faculty thatContinue reading “Weekly COVID-19 Tests Now Mandatory On Campus”

Second Round of Covid Testing Conducted Before Winter Break

By Hannah Natale| COVID testing starts again this Monday, December 14th. This is the second round of COVID testing right before a break. Winter break and the semester ending means students need to take part of the COVID test.  Students should have received an email, similar to the one before Thanksgiving, asking for the studentContinue reading “Second Round of Covid Testing Conducted Before Winter Break”

SUNY Broome Cancels Winter Sports Season

By Dominick Matarese| Earlier tonight an email was sent to all currently registered SUNY Broome students that begins “Taking into account the health and safety of our student-athletes, SUNY Broome has cancelled all indoor winter sports for the 2020-2021 athletic season.” The National Junior College Athletic Association, which SUNY Broome is a part of, calledContinue reading “SUNY Broome Cancels Winter Sports Season”

SUNY Broome conducts Pre-Thanksgiving COVID-19 tests for students

Hannah Natale| Monday starts SUNY Broome’s COVID-19 testing at the Ice Center. Students who take in-person classes, using campus resources, as well as students working on campus were asked to take a COVID test before Thanksgiving break. Monday and Thursday are testing days for these students. Staff and faculty were also encouraged to receive testingContinue reading “SUNY Broome conducts Pre-Thanksgiving COVID-19 tests for students”

My Experience With Covid-19

By Emily Squires | 2020 as we all know, has brought forth a new dreaded diagnosis; You have Covid. When I got the phone call confirming positive results, I had thought that might be the worst part, the receiving of information that would bound me to my bedroom for ten plus days. I was wrong.Continue reading “My Experience With Covid-19”