According to the game website, Brieloff will donate $1 from every game purchase on Amazon and $2 from every purchase on the site to My Block, My Hood, My City's Explorer's Program. This program helps provide opportunities to under-resourced teens in Chicago.
President and CEO at CAHS, Julia Wilson reported 277 pet adoptions in the month of March before the shelter was closed to public on March 24 for safety reasons due to the current global pandemic.
“If you see something racist and you don’t say anything that’s just as bad as the racist act itself," Gooden said. "I feel like it’s important to speak up, hold yourself accountable, hold each other accountable, and then allow people the opportunity to learn from the situation, and if they don’t learn from the situation, then keep on holding them accountable. Don’t let up.”
First generation students made up 21.2% of the MSU incoming class of 2023. Now, those students not only have to navigate a new college experience, but a global pandemic as well.
When COVID-19 hit home, performing arts students lost out on face-to-face acting classes or key coaching with their instruments. Because in-person contact is such a pinnacle in these students’ education, their daily lives and passions were affected ina. unique way.