Two in three students broke Covid-19 guidelines during the fall semester. More than three in four experienced worsened mental health.
Here’s my recommendation: the next time you’re stressed or worried during these troubled times...try listening to a piece mentioned in this article, or any piece by Beethoven
“...Winning is wonderful. Winning in sports. Winning elections. It beats losing them. But the reality is that winning is only fulfilling if you do it through the rules, and you do it by being able to contribute to other people.” These were the words that Rudy Giuliani spoke in his commencement address ...
We ask that the college implement weekly testing for all students, faculty and staff, no-questions-asked testing upon request and mandatory exit testing in this coming spring semester.
While we may have survived this semester, the sustainability of this new normal has yet to be seen.
I wish that I were here to tell you a success story.
Voting is a right, and barriers to exercising that right should be removed in any form they take.
This is why we’re publishing an election issue.
Assuming political scientists’ fundamentals-based forecast models are accurate, Joe Biden will win next Tuesday’s presidential election with about 53% of the two-party popular vote, and somewhere north of 300 Electoral College votes. But can we trust those forecasts? In 2016, contrary ...
So how should we view this administration and this election?
Today, marginalized communities face blatant voter discrimination.