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Norfolk Art Museum Makes Exhibit More Accessible

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NORFOLK -- The Barry Art Museum at Old Dominion University has made its exhibits more accessible during the pandemic. One of the all too familiar...
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Connecting with students in online classes: It’s all about camera angle

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College students, especially recently, are wondering: Will I actually be able to form a connection with my professor if my classes are online? ODU Online's assistant...
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This area university will host series about colonialism’s impact on Native Americans

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During the fall semester, Old Dominion University's College of Arts and Letters will showcase a groundbreaking pictorial collection of contemporary Native American life. The three-part...
The pandemic has caused many commercial real estate locations, such as offices, to be empty for months as people social distance. (WYDaily/Flickr)

As the coronavirus creates social distance, commercial real estate is feeling the impact

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The residential real estate market has undergone significant changes because of the pandemic, and commercial real estate, from office buildings to retail locations, is...
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This area professor is using math to predict new coronavirus cases

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Using mathematics and statistics to predict the number of new COVID-19 cases is what Norou Diawara is researching at Old Dominion University. "We are proposing...
Thousands of Virginians have filed for unemployment benefits due to the coronavirus. (WYDaily file/Courtesy of Unsplash)

Student loan forbearance is ending which means more economic struggles might be afoot for those involved

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For the past few months, people across the country have had extra money in their bank accounts because of a forbearance period on federal...
Thousands of Virginians have filed for unemployment benefits due to the coronavirus. (WYDaily file/Courtesy of Unsplash)

Region prepares for drag in economic activity as extra jobless benefits come to a close

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The extra unemployment benefits provided by the government during the pandemic are set to run out soon and the economic impacts locally could be...
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Stay at home also means shop from home, and it may take a while for people to again venture to ‘brick and mortar’ stores

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During these times, window shopping means browsing the web for deals from apparel, gadgets and other items. And that also goes for cutting grocery coupons...