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Daily Archives: November 3, 2020

The Importance of Unity During Election Night

Election day now looms over our shoulders as we watch the most important presidential election of our lives. The United States of America will surely crack under the pressure of divided opinions. The night will be dark as black mothers cry out for rights for

The USPS: Some Stuff They Do

            What does the USPS do?             The United States Postal Service delivers the mail. Duh. End of article.             But in all seriousness, that was not the end.             The United States Postal Service does, in fact, deliver the mail. But, the USPS has

Fall Holidays: Way More than Just Halloween

            During the fall time, most Americans–particularly American Christians–may be thinking about Halloween and Thanksgiving as the holidays for fall. For people of many other cultures and religions around the world, however, the fall looks drastically different. This is a snapshot of some of the

Wisconsin Mail-In Ballot Extension Blocked By Supreme Court

On Monday, October 26th, the Supreme Court ruled that Wisconsin mail-in ballots that were received beyond Election Day (Tuesday, November 3rd) would not be counted. This ruling dictates that even ballots that have been postmarked prior to November 3rd will lack heft in this year’s

What to Watch While Stuck In Your Room

For those who love Halloween, it can be a bummer when it is over. These TV and film selections will help you brave through your post-Halloween depression. Who says that Halloween has to end after October 31st? You can watch these suggestions year-round, if you’re

Powering Through COVID

Sports have been hard to report on because of the obvious lack of sports being played because of our current situation. However there is still a light that shines through the darkness with the opening of the Powerhouse and it’s new facilities.  The Powerhouse not