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Called to serve in a pandemic: Adapting to quarantine in New...

The coronavirus became real for Elder Eli Stanford during a March ward activity in New York City when his ward mission leader started talking to him about how everything was shutting down.

Reporter’s Notebook: Pandemic air travel is weird

Leer en espaƱol: El diario de una reportera: Viaje de aeropuerto durante la pandemia Editor's note: Daily Universe reporter...

Good news Thursday: Kayakers rescue family, racehorse named for Dr. Fauci

This week's good news includes kayakers rescuing family and a racehorse named for Dr. Fauci

BYU students escape loneliness, boredom of quarantine through podcasts

Podcasts are helping people stay connected during social isolation. As people are forced to stay at home and avoid most social...

The Next Normal: Will the move to remote work become permanent?

Businesses have had to make a lot of changes in respone to COVID-19, but some of those changes may last longer than the pandemic. Business experts shared their thoughts about how some jobs might permanently change.

The Next Normal: Hiring processes becoming more convenient, casual

Companies looking for new employees have been forced to conduct much of the hiring process virtually, requiring hiring managers and potential candidates to adapt.