Category Archives: Opinions

early closing times can be negative for students


Bernadotte Sufka – Opinions & Features Editor College has always been a place where students study endlessly throughout the day and night without any restrictions, however, this new semester is packed with more changes for students. Apart from the COVID-19 regulations, the freedom of being able to do such tasks with others is now limited, as the dining services on

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university must follow through on social justice


Jessica Guerrucci – Editor-in-Chief Universities are not spared of racism or violence. As a school that prides itself as one that values social justice, it is critical that it follows through on that. Last week, the Scholar Strike happened. The movement, according to CNN, is designed to bring recognition to the mounting numbers of deaths of African Americans and others

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parties will be held despite covid-19 regulations


Essence Boyd – Online Editor After signing contracts agreeing to keep the community safe by wearing masks and receiving countless emails about the consequences of large gatherings during COIVD-19 parties did not seem like much of a concern. However, once arriving back on campus it was clear this college tradition was not going anywhere despite how much trouble it could

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