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He did, however, say that “a lot of faculty are overreacting these days,” requiring students, for instance, to take tests only in highly controlled areas even though the pandemic has upended their life.
So while everyone obviously understands the show’s desire to focus on the music, it was still jarring to see the mostly maskless indoor ceremony, with only a few references to the pandemic that has upended everyone’s lives.
ESPN announces hundreds of layoffs as pandemic, cord-cutting upend sports television
Barton said McDaniel’s claim was a “gut punch” given how physically, emotionally and mentally exhausted her staff of seven was after administering an election upended by the coronavirus pandemic and new statewide voting requirements.
They are navigating jobs upended by a pandemic, the economic downturn, social unrest, wildfires, plummeting requests for rides and surging demands for delivery.
Amazon released its 2020 Christmas ad this week, featuring a ballerina whose “show must go on” despite the coronavirus upending her prior performance plans.
The Shanghai Stock Exchange cited a “significant change” in the regulatory environment when it unexpectedly put a stop to Ant’s $35 billion share sale on Tuesday, upending what would have been the biggest market debut in world history.
No single initiative, organization, or project can upend shareholder primacy.
While victims still face career-upending stigma, perpetrators rarely face meaningful consequences, even when they’re caught.
With the coronavirus pandemic upending global aviation and putting millions out of work, Baker has found an unlikely job in Alice Springs, storing and maintaining scores of grounded jumbo jets.


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