COVID-19

UT Promotes Study Abroad in Countries with High Risk for COVID-19

By: Micah-Simone Durrant  The University of Tampa’s Office of International Programs is moving forward with its 2021-2022 study abroad courses as global COVID-19 travel regulations continue to change.  UT has organized 16 professor-led programs across 14 countries including, a biology trip to Belgium and France, a global health trip to Thailand, and a marketing trip …

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Nursing Students Not Required to be Vaccinated Amidst New COVID-19 Mandates

By Brianna Bush On Thursday, Sept. 9, Biden introduced new mandate rules requiring all employers with more than 100 workers to require vaccinations or weekly tests for COVID-19. Even with this new order, 26 percent of Tampa General Hospital (TGH) workers are not vaccinated as of Friday, Sept. 6 according to News Channel 8. Many …

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UT Announces Return to Full In-Person, Organizations React

By Victoria Weaver Student organizations and extra curricular activities are often used as a source for some to make friends and connections, as well as an outlet for students to engage in activities other than school work. Unfortunately, after COVID-19 struck, human contact became a hazard and in-person meetings became virtually non-existent.  The University of …

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Has the Pandemic Attributed to Opioid Overdoses?

By Valerie Giraldo The COVID-19 global pandemic, has affected every individual differently during this time. In addition to people struggling to find work and keep a roof over their heads, the nation’s opioid epidemic has grown into a much more complicated and deadly drug overdose epidemic.  Opioids are a class of drugs that include the …

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