Atulya Dora-Laskey Oct 5, 2020 Thoughts/Opinions

American Nightmare

ATULYA DORA-LASKEYSTAFF WRITER Last Tuesday, the first debate of the 2020 Election got underway, and it went just as poorly as most Americans expected. Interruptions, yelling, and personal attacks dominated the stage. Yet, one moment seemed particularly horrific. The President refused to directly condemn white supremacist, and called for a group called the Proud Boys […]

Aryaan Misra National Oct 5, 2020

Belarus – the last European Dictatorship

ARYAAN MISRASTAFF WRITER 100,000 people on the streets, 12,000 arrested, 450 injured, and 50 missing. These seemingly plain numbers carry on their shoulders the largest protest that Belarus has ever seen. A small landlocked country in Eastern Europe, Belarus emerged an independent state in 1991 after the Soviet Union collapsed. The country first held elections […]

Oct 5, 2020 Taylor Pepitone Thoughts/Opinions

Anti-racism vs. ICE Detention Centers

TAYLOR PEPITONESTAFF WRITER The following contributions are solely of the writer’s own views and are not affiliated with the Almanian and Alma College. Robert J. Patterson, professor of African American Studies at Georgetown University, defines anti-racism as, “…an active and conscious effort to work against multidimensional aspects of racism.” President Donald J. Trump has taken […]

Jordyn Bradley Morgan Gust Oct 5, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg leaves a legacy

JORDYN BRADLEYSTAFF WRITER Graphic by MORGAN GUST Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, passed away on Sept.18 from metastatic cancer of the pancreas. In her 87 years of life, Ginsburg was a trailblazer for gender equality. “I was shocked, but not surprised,” said Claire Wittlieff (‘24), who noted Ginsburg’s declining health. “When […]