As we move through the 21st century decade that was supposed to be a sequel to the Roaring Twenties, it is interesting to contrast the expectations with the reality.
By Alex Gillham, Carole McNall and Adam Odolil Many hospitals across the U.S. are near, at or over capacity. We hear many people react to that by advocating a policy that hospitals should refuse to treat patients who become infected… Read More ›
Using available data, a community story unfolds about health care in Cattaraugus County.
By Paula Scraba, Rachel Kimmel and Denny Wilkins The lacrosse ball soared through the air. Thump. It landed neatly into the net of Caroline Paterno’s lacrosse stick. Heart beating fast, she sprinted up the field, passing her opponents. She lifted… Read More ›
By John Stevens and David Kassnoff Current employees know how the COVID-19 pandemic re-wrote how their workplaces operate. Frequent video calls via Zoom, anxiety from prolonged isolation, and seemingly perpetual work-from-home days became the norm for associates and teams across… Read More ›
Inspired by physician-reporter partnerships used by major news organizations, the Jandoli Institute has launched a hybrid journalism project in which professors from different disciplines will partner with faculty from the Jandoli School of Communication to develop and produce news stories…. Read More ›