Aryaan Misra Feb 1, 2021 Thoughts/Opinions

The tweet that broke the camel’s back

ARYAAN S. MISRASTAFF WRITER “I do not celebrate or feel pride in our having to ban @realDonaldTrump from Twitter” – Jack Dorsey This was taken from a Twitter thread (ironically enough) tweeted by the cofounder of Twitter regarding their decision to remove President Trump from Twitter. That is a lot of ‘Twitter’ for one sentence, […]

Claire Hipps Feb 1, 2021 National

Unpacking the COVID-19 Vaccine

CLAIRE HIPPSSTAFF WRITER Pfizer and BioNTech produced an FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccine found to be 95% effective in November. Despite the existence of this vaccine, many Americans are apprehensive about receiving it. According to AP/University of Chicago, 35% of Americans aged 18-29 said that they will not received the COVID-19 vaccine; another 22% said that they […]

Campus Feb 1, 2021 Jordyn Bradley

Campus honors MLK day with events

JORDYN BRADLEYSPORTS EDITOR On Monday, Jan. 18, groups and organizations across campus hosted events to honor the life of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the 53rd year since his death. Events that were held included: a multi-denominational worship service that used King’s words, writings, and favorite scripture, Lunch and Learn: Community Conversation on […]

Feb 1, 2021 Jordyn Bradley National

Trump impeached week before end of term

JORDYN BRADLEYSPORTS EDITOR On Jan. 13, Donald Trump was impeached for inciting the insurrection that occurred at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. The impeachment came one week before the inauguration of President Joe Biden. There have only been four presidential impeachments in U.S. history: Andrew Johnson in 1868, Bill Clinton in 1998, and Donald […]