As many college students begin their first day wondering how to balance a schedule of multiple classes, those with health concerns may face the fear of balancing class and their health. While many gears focus on getting good grades, achieving their dream internship, and staying involved in campus life, those who are suffering from health concerns, may be battling for their … [Read more...] about Sickness and Success
Adapting to the Pandemic
As we approach the one-year anniversary of the Coronavirus in the US, there is some hope that things are finally getting better as the number of people vaccinated surpasses the number of people who were infected. The vaccine rollout has been slow and differs from state to state and there is still a large segment of the population who vows to not get the vaccine, but we have … [Read more...] about How Am I Not to Judge?
President Folt sent an email at the beginning of the semester condemning large gatherings, claiming that students who host or attend them will be punished. Despite this, there have been secret frat parties and parties in off-campus apartments, and there is nothing the university can do to stop them. As irresponsible as this is, Americans across the country have chosen to adapt … [Read more...] about Contact Tracing Isn’t Going to Work