In a matter of one week, our globe has turned completely upside down. However, this Globe still turns.
As classes go online and businesses shut their doors, the news stops for no one. And neither will we. Here’s what you can expect from us for the rest of the semester.
Starting this week, future issues will be shorter than our typical 8-page paper. This is simply due to the fact that athletics and campus events have been cancelled. However, we will continue to bring you COVID-19 and class-related coverage, as well as light-hearted A&E content and thoughtful Op-Eds.
We will also be printing fewer physical copies of The Globe since many Pioneers already returned home to finish out their semester online and start their summer. Never fear though, because we do have a website. If you were unaware of this fact, now is the perfect time to get acquainted. Check out our content online at ppuglobe.com, and be sure to keep up with The Globe on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Tik Tok.
This is a trying and unprecedented time. Please try to have patience as the entire world navigates this space together. Remember to follow all CDC guidelines, practice social distancing and self-quarantine if you must. As college students, many of us are not at risk of becoming a casualty. However, there are those among us who are immunocompromised and of older ages, so we must all do our part to minimize the outbreak.
We can do this, Pioneers. Stay strong. The Globe is here to answer all of your questions.