“One Year of the Pandemic Has Transformed Life in the U.S.”- Bloomberg

It has been one year since the global pandemic started. In this article from Bloomberg, 10 Americans, including our very own Dr. Betsy Sneller and Dr. Suzanne Wagner, who talk about how the pandemic has reshaped our lives and even added to our vocabulary. Click here to read the article.

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“Tracking the Changing Ways We Talk in the COVID-19 Era”- Literary Hub

In this article project lead Dr. Betsy Sneller discusses with Pia Araneta the more human side of our project, along with the process of tracking social and language change that we are experiencing while living through this historical event. Click here to read the article.

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“The New Words for Our New Misery” – The New York Times

Check out our feature in the New York Times! Project leaders Dr. Betsy Sneller and Dr. Suzanne Wagner weigh in on how social distancing has affected language development. Along with our project, there are other reflections on the pandemic highlighted in this article. Click here to read the article.

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“Does social distancing change how we speak? These researchers are taking a listen” – Interlochen Public Radio

Take a look at this piece Interlochen Public Radio published about our project, featuring our very own Dr. Betsy Sneller and Dr. Suzanne Wagner, as they explain how our language can be affected by social distancing. Click here to read the article.

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