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Daily Archives: March 24, 2021

No Fans Permitted at Spring Sporting Events

The Midwest Conference announced on March 11th that fans will be permitted at spring sporting events throughout the season with the option for each school to give it’s own restrictions. According to the Midwest Conference press release, the guidelines include 6’ separation, masks on for

“Minari” Review

The A24 film Minari came out this past year during one of the most difficult times for releasing films. Nevertheless, the film transcends from the screen and touches our hearts as a cherished family film during a rough time we find ourselves and our family

Found Objects, a Springtime Offering

Spring… Is not my favorite time of year. Yes, of course, I enjoy the lengthening days and (relatively) warmer weather, but spring will never be my favorite. The cold lingers too far into April, puddles, and mud are a constant threat while walking across campus,

Strong Women in History

It just made sense to write a little listicle featuring some amazing women from our past and present for women’s history month. This list is in no particular order, but all of these women are either activists, revolutionaries, or artists. Harriet Tubman (c. 1822-1913): Harriet

The Origin of Women’s History Month

It is March of 2021. Women’s History Month. A very special Women’s History Month, indeed. This year’s observation of Women’s History Month marks the 40th anniversary of the proclamation of the national celebration. We observe Women’s History Month to honor the trailblazing women who came

States Beginning to Reverse Mask Mandates

This past week, multiple states made the decision to overturn their mask mandates. The states that are now going mask-free are: Texas, Mississippi, Iowa, Montana, and North Dakota. Alabama is expected to follow suit in about a month in repealing their standing mask mandate. However,

Harassment Allegations Against Andrew Cuomo

Democratic governor of New York state, Andrew Cuomo, has received calls for his resignation and possibly impeachment by both Democratic and Republican elected officials due to recent allegations regarding sexual assault and harassment. So far, there have been seven women to come forward and accuse