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Foster City Village is a nonprofit organization committed to helping older adults continue to live in their homes.
Supriya Singh: Committed to Helping the Senior Population in Her Community
Fernanda Ramirez, Staff Writer • June 8, 2020
Supriya Singh, a 55-year-old Bay Area resident, enjoys giving back to her community, especially by helping whose needs are often unmet. Singh works for an organization called Foster City Village, a non-profit, membership-based organization that provides services to older adults in the 94404 zip code area.
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The Paw’dcast: Sweden During the Global Pandemic
The Paw’dcast: What do Teachers and Students Have to Say About Distance Learning?

The Paw’dcast: What do Teachers and Students Have to Say About Distance Learning?

June 23, 2020

Reporter Fernanda Ramirez spoke with a variety of teachers and students about their perspectives on distance learning.

The Paw’dcast: Visiting the Doctor During Quarantine

The Paw’dcast: Visiting the Doctor During Quarantine

June 23, 2020

Emma Chiu sits down with her mom, Carolyn Koo, to discuss doctor's office protocols.

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How Women Still Matter in This Race
Profiles of the Democratic Candidates

Profiles of the Democratic Candidates

March 26, 2020

Only two Democratic candidates—Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden—are left in the running to be the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee. Paw Print reporters Alex Balfanz and Zach Brosius took a closer look.

Biden Takes Clear Lead in Presidential Primary

Biden Takes Clear Lead in Presidential Primary

March 25, 2020

With the presidential race down to just two candidates, Joe Biden has taken an overwhelming lead with 1,180 delegates while Bernie Sanders trails with 885. In the March 10 primaries, Biden swept, winning five of the six states. On Tuesday, March 17, Biden had another successful night of wins in Arizona, Florida, and Illinois.

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Review: MLB The Show 20
Sports Cancellations: The Domino Effect

Sports Cancellations: The Domino Effect

March 13, 2020

It all started on Wednesday, March 11 in Oklahoma City. The Utah Jazz were about to tip-off versus the Oklahoma City Thunder, when, suddenly, National Basketball Association (NBA) officials ran onto the court and stopped the game.

Oral History of Super Bowl 54

Oral History of Super Bowl 54

February 24, 2020

On February 2, 2020, the San Francisco 49ers faced the Kansas City Chiefs in a battle for NFL supremacy.

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How to Cope With Quarantine: A Manual
Notes on the Pandemic

Notes on the Pandemic

June 24, 2020

My first experience with the novel coronavirus was as a result of a coincidence. I was researching stories to talk about on air for Woodside TV Live when a story of a new virus across the ocean in China caught my eye. In a week that saw the death of Kobe Bryant, the rapid but relatively small spread of a virus seemed like a mere afterthought, just another news story.

Should Inmates Have Been Released Because of COVID-19?

Should Inmates Have Been Released Because of COVID-19?

June 23, 2020

As of April 16, more than 16,000 US inmates have been released due to COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.

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The Voice of the Wildcats
The Voice of the Wildcats