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  • Aggies BTHO COVID-19: Cristy Ecton ‘94

    Cristy Ecton ‘94 is a public relations professional who also volunteers as a courier for Be the Match. Her COVID-19 experiences embody the Aggie core value of selfless service.

  • Aggies BTHO COVID-19: Katherine Kimball ‘17

    Making the most of a challenging time is easier said than done, but that’s exactly what Katherine Kimball ‘17 has done through the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Innovation[X] accepts three new projects examining COVID-19 effect on communities

    Two of the projects come from faculty in the College of Liberal Arts.

  • Aggies BTHO COVID-19: Clinton Haby ‘02

    Clinton Haby ‘02 is helping keep memories of good times alive during the global pandemic by helping families and businesses capture their legacy on film.

  • Aggies BTHO COVID-19: Leila Khalid Warraich ‘16

    As a mental health worker, Leila Khalid Warraich ‘16 is an invisible first responder in the COVID-19 crisis. Her work is now more important than ever.

  • Commercial and residential buildings in the Luohu district of Shenzhen, China on Dec. 18, 2013.

    China’s Epic Property Boom Doesn’t Stop for Covid Pandemic

    Gan Li, economics professor and expert in Chinese household finance, discusses China's property boom amidst COVID-19.

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    COVID-19 Counsel from the College of Liberal Arts

    In this series, we collect various news articles that feature experts from the College of Liberal Arts giving insight into the global COVID-19 crisis.

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    Religion in quarantine: COVID-19, sanctuary, and the future of American religion

    The following blog post by is an edited excerpt from an essay by Department of History's Felipe Hinojosa that will appear in the Network’s second eBook Project entitled "Religion in Quarantine: The Future of Religion in a Post-Pandemic World."

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    Why was Germany more effective at containing COVID-19?

    David Brenner, an expert in German and European studies, explains why Germany has been a leader in the Western world in containing the coronavirus.

  • Graphic that reads "COVID-19 Counsel from the College of Liberal Arts"

    COVID-19 Counsel from the College of Liberal Arts

    In this new series, we collect various news articles that feature experts from the College of Liberal Arts giving insight into the current global COVID-19 crisis.