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December 30, 2020

The Human Tragedy of COVID-19, A Vaccine Triumph, and New Beginnings in 2021

As winter break begins at schools around the country, it’s natural for students to feel disappointed—maybe even depressed—about what they haven’t been able to do during the past semester amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  Athletes have been benched—not by their coaches, but by a virus—and the timeframe for their return to the playing field is uncertain in many regions of the…
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December 25, 2020

Holiday Greetings from the MWAH! Performing Arts Troupe

The MWAH! Performing Arts Troupe would like to take a moment to wish you and yours a joyous holiday season.  MWAH! has always been focused on recognizing our common humanity and developing inspiring messages to help young people overcome life’s personal challenges.  While the year 2020 presented more than its share of challenges—the COVID-19 pandemic, social isolation, business failures, school…
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December 14, 2020

Maintaining Connections to Friends, Family Essential to Mental Health Amid Pandemic

NBC Chicago Channel 5 News recently reported (on December 11, 2020) about the suicide on October 21, 2020 of 18-year-old Trevor Till, a freshman at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. In an interview with reporter Regina Waldroup, Trevor’s mother, Lisa Moore, said the COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed her son’s life, and she wanted others to know about both the…