Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Ellie Schuckman

Measles outbreak raises concern for kids’ health: Lack of vaccinations may be to blame for recent epidemic

Unless you have lived under a rock for the past few weeks, you have probably heard about the Measles outbreak. While the cause of the recent epidemic is loosely related to Disneyland in California, a lack of vaccinations for the disease is strongly to blame.

Perry performs poorly at halftime

The Super Bowl is often breaking records, whether it’s the amount of viewers who tune in, the teams playing the actual game or those notorious commercials.

New Year’s resolutions prove too difficult to keep

Every year come December, wish lists are often made of goals to accomplish for the following year. People make promises to “do better” and “be better,” while telling themselves when the new year hits that it’s game on.

Finals after Thanksgiving are an unhealthy tease

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Students debate topics in biannual ‘War of the Words’

There were several fierce debates between the College’s Society for Parliamentary Debate and members of the Philosophy Society at the fifth biannual “War of the Words.” There were some serious topics, but most debates centered on funny topics, including the highly anticipated kittens vs. mittens.

Students and alumni show Lion pride

In a celebration with alumni, current students, families and friends, Homecoming 2014 was a way for all to gather in festivity despite the controversies leading up to it.

College publishes yearly security report

The College’s Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report for 2013 was published on Monday, Sept. 29, with the number of various crimes committed...

Capitalism paves the way for a utopia

By Ellie Schuckman News Assistant When many people hear the words ‘capitalism’ and ‘socialism,’ the two are often pitted against each other. They simply both cannot...

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