Not only is the possibility of catching COVID-19 impacting mental health, but the social and economic implications are also taking a toll on people’s mental states. Quarantining, isolation from friends and family, fear of losing loved ones and the inundation of news about the virus can all cause mental health issues to be exacerbated or surface during the crisis.

Two pandemics could result from COVID-19

Anna Malesiewski, Assistant Editor
November 10, 2020
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, right, stands with Eric Titus White, a hemp farmer who is showing Wolf a cutting of industrial hemp as part of Wolf’s visit to Monroe County on Oct. 13. There, Wolf discussed the benefits of legalizing recreational marijuana, including economic growth and restorative justice benefits for incarcerated Pennsylvanians.

Wolf calls for legalization of marijuana

Anna Malesiewski, Assistant Editor
October 20, 2020

Being a commuter in the pandemic

Anna Malesiewski, Asst. Editor
October 20, 2020

Lack of commemoration for 9/11

Anna Malesiewski, Asst. Editor
September 23, 2020
Alicia Fenton, junior physical therapy major, speaks to a those in attendance at Thursday’s Speaking to Suicide panel. The panel, held both in person and on Zoom, focused on the importance of mental health and seeking help.

Speaking to Suicide event brings awareness

Anna Malesiewski, Assistant Editor
September 15, 2020
Becky Perry, who graduated from Gannon with her bachelor’s degree and from Ohio University with her master’s degree, worked to become the director of Gannon’s Center for Social Concerns and Global Exploration, work which earned her a spot on the Erie Reader’s 40 Under 40 list.

Perry earns 40 Under 40 recognition

Anna Malesiewski, Assistant News & Features Editor
September 8, 2020
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