South Texas College prepares care packages for students affected by pandemic
Students, faculty and staff at South Texas College are making care packages for people affected by COVID-19.
They donated hand sanitizer, personal protective equipment, food and other items for 72 students who tested positive for COVID-19 or faced other pandemic-related hardships.
"We've had students who have lost their jobs, we've had students who have become the sole financial support of their families, we've had quite a few students who have lost loved ones to this pandemic," said Jenny Chamberlain, a sociology instructor at the college.
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