Dr. Velma Scantlebury-White, Dr. Brian Perry, Kathy Crawford, MSN, RN, CCRN and James Ndungu, RN BSN, discuss their experiences and personal sacrifices, documenting the realities of the pandemic’s toll in Delaware. Moderated by journalist Nichelle Polston.
It’s been a full year since the Covid pandemic forever altered how we live. We wear masks, use hand sanitizer, and have more things delivered than ever before. History will record those things easily. But the value of Covid Chronicles is the personal account of more intangible changes we have experienced, such as how we understand the way we get the news, including tragic news...
The pandemic has thrown us into a uniquely surreal and voyeuristic world where “togetherness” facilitated by Zoom gave us a new perspective into how people really lived...
Check out Nico & Matteo's video taking us through the various activities on COVID Chronicles Delaware for Children and Caregivers!
A documentary short film about life and coping during COVID-19 by Nichelle Polston & Key Robbins, from Hernormal and Lucaviz Productions in association with the Delaware Historical Society.
...I was able to spend most of my time in Willingtown Square. With all the beautiful weather this Spring, I've missed taking lunches in the Square with its historic buildings and blooming trees.
I picked my graduation announcements because I've been addressing envelopes recently and I thought they would make a poignant entry...Having my name printed under the university seal on beautiful woven paper is actually something I've looked forward to.
Check out this tribute to high school seniors, Class of 2020!
Watch Delaware State University student Morgan's reflection on student life and more.
See the impact of COVID-19 around Delaware through Marjorie's stunning photography.