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To offset that loss of income, Calvario got a full-time job at Burger King — but had to take a temporary hiatus when he contracted covid-19 and was briefly hospitalized.
A STEADY STREAM OF LATINO STUDENTS WAS ARRIVING ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES. THEN THE PANDEMIC HIT.DANIELLE DOUGLAS-GABRIEL, HANNAH NATANSON, JOHN D. HARDENJANUARY 31, 2021WASHINGTON POST
San Antonio ranked 15th in pace before the hiatus, compiling a 27-36 record during that time.
The studios had gone on hiatus because coronavirus cases in Los Angeles had risen to the point that stay-at-home orders were reinstituted.
Networks and streamers picked up programming that had already aired elsewhere and took advantage of projects that had made it into post-production before the hiatus.
This is the last Broadsheet before our annual holiday hiatus, so we’re taking an opportunity to look back too.
THE BROADSHEET’S 2020 YEAR IN REVIEWCLAIRE ZILLMAN, REPORTERDECEMBER 18, 2020FORTUNE
The pair are planning to drive 375 miles Saturday for the culmination of a soccer season that began in February and, like all sports, went on hiatus for health and safety reasons.
Tagovailoa is still a young player, and — like the rest of the team — he entered this game after a long hiatus, but once his mistakes began, they continued to accumulate.
Any simmering testosterone from the league’s hiatus is long gone, but players will continue to search for ways to energize the team.
The Blazers had a quality offense prior to the hiatus, tied for ninth-best in the league.
Finding a new job after a few years on hiatus can be very difficult for mothers, who may be stereotyped as less serious about their careers because they took time off to be with their children.

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